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PRO PLAN Junior with Optistart is a scrummy chicken recipe designed to cater for the complete nutritional requirements of growing kittens and pregnant or nursing mums. Kittens may have mini mouths and tiny tummies, but all that growing they’ve got to do means they’ve got ferocious appetites!
PRO PLAN Junior’s carefully balanced vitamins and minerals work to fortify your teeny feline’s bones and help their muscles to grow big and strong! The recipe is also completely suitable for male and female kittens which have been neutered.
Formulated with Purina’s Optistart, a mix of vital nutrients such as colostrum to help reinforce their natural defences and prevent common kitten tummy upsets, and DHA to promote excellent development of the vision and brain, PRO PLAN Junior is the perfect way to give your tiny terror the best possible start in life!
Chicken (20%), dehydrated poultry protein, maize gluten meal, rice, animal fat, maize, wheat gluten meal, maize starch, dried egg, minerals, digest, fish oil, colostrum (0.1%).
Protein (40.0%) Fat content (20.0%) Crude ash (6.5%) Crude fibres (0.5%) DHA (0/05%) Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin D3, with antioxidants.
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PRO PLAN Chicken Optistart Junior Kitten Food
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