Naturally Adult Atlantic Herring in Gravy

  • Wet food
  • Herring

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Key benefits

  • Vitamin E: Helps support natural defenses
  • Omega 3 & 6: Helps support healthy skin & coat
  • Fibres: Helps support healthy digestion
  • Protein: Helps maintain strong lean muscles

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Vitamin E for natural defences
Omega 3 & 6 for healthy skin & coat
Fibre for healthy digestion
Protein for strong lean muscles

IAMS Naturally for adult cats with MSC certified Atlantic herring in gravy is a 100% complete and balanced wet food for your four-legged friend. Our recipe is based on a selection of easily digestible ingredients for visibly healthy, strong and happy pets. MSC certification guarantees that the herring comes from sustainable fisheries. In addition to the sheer pleasure of these sustainable protein sources, IAMS Naturally offers many other benefits for cats: vitamin E is a natural antioxidant that supports natural defences. IAMS Naturally also contains omega 3 and 6 fats from fish and sunflower oil for a glossy coat. The easily digestible proteins in the Atlantic herring naturally ensure that the recipes taste and smell even better and provide essential amino acids for strong, lean muscles.

meat and animal derivatives (34%), fish and fish derivatives (4% herring MSC), derivatives of vegetable origin (0.5% beet pulp), minerals, oils and fats (0.1% fish oil, 0.05% sunflower oil).

protein: 9.3%, fat content: 5.1%, omega-6 fatty acids: 0.6%, omega-3 fatty acids: 0.1%, crude ash: 1.8%, crude fibre: 0.4%, moisture: 79.3%.

When switching to IAMS Naturally, gradually introduce over 4 days. Always ensure fresh water is available.

For an adult cat, feed 2 1/2 to 3 1/2 pouches per 4 kg body weight per day.

IAMS Naturally for adult cats with MSC certified Atlantic herring in gravy is a 100% complete and balanced wet food for your four-legged friend. Our recipe is based on a selection of easily digestible ingredients for visibly healthy, strong and happy pets. MSC certification guarantees that the herring comes from sustainable fisheries. In addition to the sheer pleasure of these sustainable protein sources, IAMS Naturally offers many other benefits for cats: vitamin E is a natural antioxidant that supports natural defences. IAMS Naturally also contains omega 3 and 6 fats from fish and sunflower oil for a glossy coat. The easily digestible proteins in the Atlantic herring naturally ensure that the recipes taste and smell even better and provide essential amino acids for strong, lean muscles.

meat and animal derivatives (34%), fish and fish derivatives (4% herring MSC), derivatives of vegetable origin (0.5% beet pulp), minerals, oils and fats (0.1% fish oil, 0.05% sunflower oil).

protein: 9.3%, fat content: 5.1%, omega-6 fatty acids: 0.6%, omega-3 fatty acids: 0.1%, crude ash: 1.8%, crude fibre: 0.4%, moisture: 79.3%.

When switching to IAMS Naturally, gradually introduce over 4 days. Always ensure fresh water is available.

For an adult cat, feed 2 1/2 to 3 1/2 pouches per 4 kg body weight per day.

What our customers say

My maincoon cat only wants this food! I have a good feeling when feeding! My cat likes it!

Amazon customer

My two cats took it well. It seems to taste good. And that's a pleasure to see it. Clear purchase recommendation. ;-)

Amazon customer

Complete dry food. My cat doesn't eat wet food and that's why he's been getting this food in varying flavors for years. He is fit and healthy, so I can only recommend it.

Amazon customer

My picky cats like to eat it very much and thanks to the XL size I did not have to buy new dry food for a time every week. The clasp could also be completely closed again after several opening and closing. My kittens and I would recommend it!

Amazon customer

Our cat loves it! She did not react so positively to other branded food. The three of us are very happy.

Amazon customer

Great price. Super quality. My cats love it.

Amazon customer

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