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Specially formulated with nutrients for healthy growth and development, our kitten formula provide your kitten with nutrition that really measures up.Iams Kitten Food with Chicken in Gravy is a complete balanced kitten food made to satisfy the unique nutritional needs of kittens to support their growth and development. Made from a blend of ingredients from the 4 food groups to provide your kitten with the essential nutrients it requires to stay healthy and active.
Your kitten shows love in endless ways... and you can show love by feeding delicious recipes that delight your cat with every bite. Iams delights, made with quality chicken, provides complete nutrition and an irresistible taste. It's a very tasty way to keep love strong!
Did you know? A kitten's weight may double or even triple during the first few weeks of life. To support this explosive growth -- as well as high activity levels - early on your kitten may have triple the energy needs of an adult cat. For these reasons, most experts recommend you feed your kitten specially formulated kitten food until age 1.
Meat and Animal Derivatives (28% Chicken, 6% Pork), Oils and Fats (0.2% Fish Oil), Derivatives of Vegetable Origin (0.6% Beetpulp Fibre), Minerals.
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Iams Delights Chicken In Gravy Kitten & Junior Cat Food 85g x 12
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