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Advance Kitten Plus Total Care has been designed and is suitable for the most demanding life stage of a gestating and lactating Queen. It's recommended for the Queen from gestation onwards, as this makes it easier to wean their kittens when they are ready. It helps strengthen the Immune System as it contains a unique blend of Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Beta Carotene, Taurine and plant extracts containing carotenoids. Advance Kitten Growth contains enhanced levels of DHA and Choline for brain development. It also has enhanced levels of zinc and linoleic acid. This improves skin and coat conditions. It enhances the coat lustre and softness of your pet. Yucca Extract reduces litter box odours.
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  • Additional Information

    • Feeding Guide
      3kg pack 36 Days ? Based on a 2.2kg (24wk) female
    • Health Condition Dietary
      Recommended for all kittens from weaning to 1 year of age
    • Brand
      Advance
    • Ingredients
      Chicken, Maize Gluten, Rice, Maize, Chicken Fat, Tuna, Natural Flavours (Chicken), Iodised Salt, Sunflower Oil, Potassium Chloride, Calcium Carbonate, Turkey, Methionine, Choline Chloride, Plant Extracts (Tomato Powder, Marigold Meal, Yucca Extract), Magnesium Stearate, Colostrum, Vitamin E, Taurine, Vitamin C, Zinc Sulphate, Manganese Sulphate, Vitamin B3, Antioxidants, Vitamin A, Copper Sulphate, Iron Sulphate, Vitamin B1, Vitamin B12, Vitamin B2, Citric Acid, Vitamin B6, Potassium Iodide, Vitamin B9.
    • Health Benefits
      Growth Support
    • Life Stage
      Kitten
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    Customer Reviews(7)

    • Jodi says... My little kitten wasn't too keen on dry food until I got her the adavance dry food, she absolutely loves it so much I have to portion control it otherwise she will keep eating and eating and put in too much weight ;p
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    • Lesley says... Our kitten came to us fed on Science Diet but didn't really like it so we tried the Advance Kitten food. He not only loves it but also our older cat loves to steal it!
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    • Bonita says... My kittens (7 and 8 months) love this food, they have the softest, silkiest coats and are in great health condition. Very happy with this brand.
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    • Elle says... My kitten can't get enough of this food and her poo is nice and firm and hardly smells
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    • Aleisha says... Switched my kitten to this as another brand was just too expensive and had no problems with digestion. He loves it and I like that it is made in Australia. Not too expensive either, compared to other brands.
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    • Lauren says... I've done my research about different cat foods, and Im really happy with advance. My siamese loves it, he's happy, healthy and advance is made in Australia (as opposed to non-super premium foods which are usually made in Thailand and full of low-quality product)
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    • Helen says... My kitten has always had Hills Science and Purina brand. Decided to try this brand as an alternative and gradually introduced it into its diet. It caused my kitten to have flatulence and diarrhea which it never had before. Stopped feeding it Advance and runny poo and flatulence stopped.
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