Hill's Ideal Balance Mature Adult Cat Food
Hill’s Ideal Balance Mature Adult Cat Food is a complete dry food specially formulated to meet the needs of mature adult cats, improving overall health, immunity, skin & coat and digestion.
This Hill's recipe made with natural ingredients was designed to support nutritional needs of cats aged 7+ years old. Rich in fresh chicken and brown rice, the kibble provide optimum level of nutrients maintaining healthy digestion. Skin and coat can benefit from Omega 3 and 6 together with linseeds. Cranberries are good source of antioxidants support overall health and vitamin C helps to strengthen the immune system and protect the cells.
Hill’s Ideal Balance Mature Adult Cat Food is grain-free and has no artificial colours, flavours or preservatives which helps to avoid any intolerances or allergies issues.
- Balanced nutrition for cats over 7 years
- Made with finest natural ingredients
- With fresh chicken and brown rice
- No maize, wheat or soy
- No added artificial colours, flavours or preservatives
Brown rice (15%), yellow pea flour, brewers' rice, pea protein concentrate, fresh chicken (12%), animal fat, dried chicken, dried whole eggs, minerals, flaxseed, fish oil, digest, DL-methionine, taurine, pea powder, apple powder, cranberry powder, carrot powder, broccoli powder, vitamins and trace elements. With a natural antioxidant (mixed tocopherols).
Mature Adult 7+ years old
|Dog weight (kg)||Grams/day|
|7+||11 per kg|
Always make sure that your cat has access to plenty of water.
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My Ragdoll Cat Loves ItThis is the only mature cat food brand that my Ragdoll cat will eat with gusto and he is a fussy eater. Recommended.
This is terrible. Brown rice is the first and biggest ingredient (15%). Ingredients have to be listed in order of quantity, therefore this food contains brown rice, yellow pea flour, brewers' rice and pea protein concentrate in bigger quantities than the amount of chicken. Cats are obligate carnivores and meat should always be the first ingredient in their food. Since when were these ingredients "natural" for a cat to eat?