Vital Essentials Chicken Entrée Mini Nibs Freeze-Dried Raw Cat Food
When it comes to feeding your cat a raw diet, butcher cut protein provides superior benefits. And Vital Essentials freeze-dried raw mini nibs are the best way to pack tons of responsibly sourced and humanely harvested whole animal protein into every bite, making feeding a raw diet at mealtimes a breeze. The naturally occurring vitamins and minerals found in butcher cut protein builds strong muscles for more play, naturally supports digestive and oral health, and provides essential nutrients for cats to look and feel their best.
- Freeze-Dried Raw Chicken
- Better Protein = Better Benefits
- Proudly American Crafted
About The Manufacturer
Vital Essentials is a pioneer in the raw pet food industry. Vital Essentials is a family-owned company, located in Green Bay, Wisconsin, produces high-quality raw frozen and freeze-dried pet food, snacks, and treats.
Vital Essentials uses only USDA inspected animal protein proudly made and packaged in the heartland of the U.S.A.
Chicken, chicken heart, chicken liver, herring oil, mixed tocopherols (preservative), vitamin E supplement, zinc amino acid complex, iron amino acid complex, copper amino acid complex, manganese amino acid complex.
|Crude Protein (Min.)||5%|
|Crude Fat (Min.)||20%|
|Crude Fiber (Max.)||52%|
Calorie Content: 4105 kcal/kg | 245 kcal/cup
|Weight (lbs)||Cups Per Day|
|6 lbs||½ cup|
|8 lbs||⅔ cup|
|10 lbs||¾ cup|
|12 lbs||1 cup|
|14 lbs||1⅛ cup|
Feed up to double the amount for kittens and pregnant or nursing cats. Adjust feed according to your cat's age, energy and activity level. Always ensure fresh water is available.
Preparation & Serving: Feed freeze-dried mini nibs as is for a complete and balanced meal or mix in with other food for a boost of protein and vital nutrients. Always provide access to clean, fresh water. Keep freeze-dried products sealed and stored in a cool, dry dark place. Keep out of reach of young children and pets. Not for human consumption. Best if fed within 30 days after opening.
It takes time to transition your pet to a new food without having digestive upset. Over the course of one to two weeks, you should gradually switch from the old food to the new. Start with a 75% old to 25% new mix, then 50:50, and finally 25:75, until you have switched to your pet's new food entirely.