Gluten Free Cat Food
A gluten-free diet excludes any foods that contain gluten, which is a protein found in wheat and several other grains. It means eating only whole foods that don't contain gluten, such as fruits, vegetables, meat and eggs. For some cats, gluten can cause a variety of health issues. The most common symptom of intolerance to gluten is digestive trouble such as diarrhea or vomiting.
Feed your cats with a collection of high quality dry cat food, wet cat food and freeze dried cat food, to provide them with daily dietary nutritional needs. Prescription diet can help their weight, mobility, kidney, digestive, urinary and skin and coat health.
Special diet cat food provides enough dietary needs for cats in specific life stages or cats with special needs, such as growth care for kittens, senior care for older cats, gluten-free cat food for cats with ensitive stomach.
All new customers must provide the prescription food receipt issued by the veterinary clinic before payment, otherwise we will not arrange delivery, sorry for the inconvenience!
Frequently Asked Questions About Cat Food
How much food do you feed?
Feed cats only as much as they need to maintain a healthy weight and good activity levels for their size, age and lifestyle. Amounts will vary widely from cat to cat, but feeding charts on the food you’re feeding should help you determine the right amounts. When in doubt, always consult with your vet about quantities and types of foods to feed, and remember to always feed treats in moderation.
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