Rabbit Complete for Cats
- Nutritional Analysis
- Feeding Guidelines
Available in ¼ lb and ½ lb sizes (113g and 227 g)
Rabbit meat is well known for its high protein and moderate fat content. A 3-oz. serving of rabbit meat contains 28 g of protein, more than beef or chicken. Rabbit is also a concentrated source of iron. Additionally, the meat provides a wide range of minerals including phosphorus and potassium. Like poultry, rabbit bones are small and hollow and can be easily ground up for added calcium.
Even in small quantities red, yellow, and green veggies are a great source of antioxidants and phytonutrients for your cats. Ours are blended for maximum absorption.
97% MEAT, BONE AND ORGAN / 3% VEGGIES
Non-Medicated whole rabbit, lamb heart, lamb liver, mixed rabbit organs, organic: chard, squash, celery, zuchinni, lettuce, wild salmon oil,
HOW TO FEED YOUR CAT
The table below provides a starting point, to be adjusted as needed to maintain optimum weight and peak conditioning. For best results, we recommend feeding red meat meals in rotation with poultry, and adding fresh wild salmon or cod liver oil before serving.
|DAILY FEEDING GUIDE|
|*As a percentage of body weight|
SAFETY & HANDLING INSTRUCTIONS
Keep product frozen until ready to use. Defrost package in a leak-proof container (reduces the risk of cross contamination!) and leave in the refrigerator for 24 hours, or until soft through. We recommend serving in a stainless steel bowl as it is easier to clean, and does not have surface pores that may collect bacteria. Partially eaten food should be put back into the refrigerator after 20 minutes. Wash hands, utensils and all contact surfaces with soap and hot water.
*Poultry should not be kept longer than 2 days.
*Red meats & fish should not be kept longer than 3 days.
Calculate your pet's daily food requirements using our feeding guide!