Iams Proactive Health Cat Food Mature Adult
Iams Proactive Health Mature Adult. Iams is veterinarian recommended. Mature adult 7-10 years. Concentrated nutrition 0% fillers. High quality protein. Strong immune system. Healthy metabolism. Healthy joints. Healthy digestion. Premium cat nutrition. Guaranteed analysis: Crude protein, minimum - 32.0%. Crude fat, minimum - 13.0%. Crude fat, maximum - 15.5%. Crude fiber, maximum - 3.0%. Moisture, maximum - 10.0%. Ash, maximum - 7.0%. Magnesium, maximum - 0.1%. Vitamin E, minimum - 250 IU/kg. Taurine, minimum - 0.15%. L-Carnitine, minimum - 80 mg/kg. Omega-6 fatty acids, minimum - 1.74%. Omega-3 fatty acids, minimum - 0.17%. Not recognized as an essential nutrient by the AAFCO Cat Food Nutrient Profiles. Iams ProActive health cat mature adult cat food is formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO cat food nutrient profiles for maintenance. Iams mature adult supports overall wellness with balanced nutrition and antioxidants to promote immunity and L-Carnitine to help maintain healthy weight for more playful moments together. Strong immune system: Enriched with antioxidants to help support a strong immune system. Healthy metabolism: Formulated with L-carnitine to help burn fat and maintain healthy metabolism. Healthy joints: Formulated for healthy joints. Healthy digestion. Tailored fiber blend, including prebiotics and beet pulp to support your cat's digestive health. More healthy benefits: Strong muscles: Formulated with high quality protein to help your cat maintain strong muscles. Healthy teeth: Crunchy kibbles scrub your cat's teeth with every bite, helping to reduce plaque build-up that can lead to bad breath. Healthy heart. 7 essential nutrients for healthy heart. Iams cat foods offer a 100% guarantee. If you are not satisfied with this product, simply save the unused portion, together with the proof of purchase, and call us. We will gladly replace the product or refund your money. Pet food only. Questions Comments Call us at 1-800-525-4267. Find out more about lifestage nutrition at: http://www.iams.com.