Neutered Cat Food for Adult Cats and Kittens
Did you know? Neutered cats can require fewer calories than before neutering to maintain optimal body weight. It is estimated that between 39% and 52% of cats in the UK are overweight or obese.
Our Neutered Cat Food is made with that in mind. Our tasty Chicken recipe can be started after neutering for early weight gain prevention and is suitable for all neutered cats from 4 months of age. Its high, succulent meat content supports weight management with the added benefit of natural fibres to reduce hairball formation. When it comes to optimum nutrition, it includes Beet pulp and prebiotics to aid healthy digestion, specific minerals and Cranberry to promote urinary health and Biotin, Zinc and Omega 3 to nourish a healthy skin and coat.
Our Neutered Cat Food recipe is frequently chosen for its delicious flavour but is specially formulated to help overcome the effects of weight gain after neutering. It is also ideal for less active or indoor cats requiring calorie restriction. If you would like some help choosing a specific diet to suit your cat’s life stage and lifestyle please call our FREE OSCAR Helpline on 0800 195 8000 for help and advice.
Suitable for all neutered cats from 4 months, as well as those who are less active or prone to weight gain
Highly digestible, tasty meats for your cat to savour and enjoy
Special blend of fibres for added hairball defence
Bitter orange extract offers dental support with an antibacterial effect that helps to limit the buildup of bacteria on teeth to support healthy gums
Specific mineral and trace elements with added Cranberry to promote urinary health
Yucca helps to improve stool formation and reduce litter tray odours
- Poultry meal
- Hydrolysed poultry meal
- Turkey meal
- Poultry fat
- Chicken stock
- Yeast (Brewer’s yeast and grains)
- Fish meal
- Dried egg
- Dried cranberry
- Chicory extract (as a source of the prebiotic fructo-oligosaccharide)
- Beet pulp
- Yucca schidigera extract
- Fat Content
- of which Omega 3
- Inorganic Matter
- of which Calcium
- of which Phosphorus
- of which Magnesium
- Crude Fibre
- Moisture Content
- Bitter orange extract of whole fruit
- Vitamin A
- Vitamin D3
- Vitamin E
- Vitamin B1
- Vitamin B12
- Zinc (as Zinc sulphate monohydrate)
- Iron (as Iron (II) sulphate monohydrate)
- Manganese (as Manganese (II) oxide)
- Copper (as Copper (II) sulphate pentahydrate)
- Iodine (as Calcium iodate anhydrous)
- Selenium (as Sodium selenite)
- DL Methionine
- Tocopherol extracts from vegetable oils
Pet Care Guide
When feeding for the first time, introduce gradually over a period of 4 to 10 days.
Cats prefer to eat little and often. Follow our feeding guide and divide the total amount of food into a minimum of 3 to 4 meals per day.
Cats prefer dishes that are shallow and wide so that their whiskers do not touch the sides.
Fresh water should always be available. Some cats prefer water fountains, tap water or rain water, so allow for choice.
Keep your cat’s feeding bowls, resting areas and litter trays in separate areas.
Scatter feeding or hiding food can help to keep cats fit and active, reducing their chances of obesity.