Southern States Cat Food 40 lb
- Fresh chicken is the #1 ingredient
- Contains no wheat, corn or soy
- Added vitamins, minerals and amino acids
- Contains antioxidant nutrients and Omega-3 fatty acids that promote a healthy immune system
- Your pet's skin and coat will shine with added Omega-6 fatty acids
- Contains chelated trace minerals that are easily metabolized
- Also includes yeast cultures and fermentation products to support digestion
Recommended Daily Feeding Amounts for Cats and Kittens
Kitten (1-3 lbs.) 1/4 - 3/4 cup (moistened with warm water, milk or broth in 3-4 meals per day)
Kitten (over 3lbs.) 1/2 cup + 1/4 cup for each additional 2 lbs. over 3 lbs.
Small Adult (3-6 lbs.) 1/4 - 2/3 cup
Medium Adult (6-9 lbs.) 2/3 - 1 cup
Large Adult (9-12 lbs.) 1 - 1 1/3 cups
Very Large Adult (over 12 lbs.) 1 1/3 cups + 1/3 cup for each additional 3 lbs. over 12 lbs.
Cups per day using standard 8-ounce measuring cup. Adjust amount as needed to maintain a healthy weight.
Adult Cats: The average adult cat will usually eat one 8-ounce cup of Southern States Cat Food per day. Start with one cup. If not completely eaten, replace with a fresh, but slightly smaller amount each day,
Kittens: When kittens are 3-6 weeks old, they should be fed 1-2 tablespoons of dry Southern States Cat Food moistened with warm water, milk or broth. Gradually increase the amount until kittens are weaned, usually at 8 weeks of age. If food is being fed wet, only serve as much as can be consumed in 30 minutes to ensure product freshness.
Pregnancy: Up to 1 1/2 times the normal adult cat food intake is recommended in the last trimester of pregnancy.
Lactation: During lactation, 2-3 times the average adult cat food intake may be required for milk production and normal weight maintenance.