Flint River Ranch Kitten and Adult Cat Food Formula
FRR CAT FOOD UPDATE:
The Flint River Ranch Original Kitten and Adult Cat Food formula has been replaced by Flint River Ranch's new Grain Free Cat Food
formula and is no longer available for sale. The Grain-Free cat food formula is a concentrated, nutrient-dense formula free of grains ideally formulated for cats of all ages — adult cat owners will need to ensure they feed less of the no-grain formula than other foods in order for their cats to maintain or acheive their ideal weight.
Flint River Ranch's Original Kitten and Adult cat food is a twice oven-baked, all-natural, healthy recipe scientifically formulated for cats both young and mature of all breeds. Unlike many so-called "healthy" pet foods, the Flint River Ranch line of premium cat foods is truly and completely free of additives, coatings, artificial colors
, artificial flavors
and other things you should never see in a pet food you give your loved ones.
The protein source and amino acids provided by the high-quality chicken meal and lamb meal — both of which are guaranteed free of animal by-products — are the basic building blocks of your cat's muscle, skin, coat, bone, blood and immune system. The high quality chicken meal provides taurine, an essential amino acid for cats, in much higher levels than poultry by-products, which are typically found in most other cat foods. Taurine is an important element for eye, heart, nervous and reproductive system health.
Additionally, the low ash and magnesium content and pH-controlling acidifiers in the premium cat and kitten food formula help promote optimal pH balance, key in the prevention and management of urinary tract infections and F.U.S. (Feline Urinary Syndrome).
The Flint River Ranch Original Cat Food formula for kittens and cats has been scientifically developed to promote the health and vitality for cats of all breeds, sizes and ages
, including the following breeds:
American Shorthair, Persian, Exotic, Siamese, Abyssinian, Birman, Maine Coon, Oriental, Ragdoll, Tonkinese, Russian Blue, American Bobtail, American Curl, American Wirehair, Balinese, Bengal, Bombay, British Shorthair, Burmese, Chartreux, Colorpoint Shorthair, Cornish Rex, Devon Rex, Egyptian Mau, European Burmese, Exotic, Havana Brown, Himalayan, Japanese Bobtail, Javanese, Korat, LaPerm, Manx, Ocicat, RagaMuffin, Scottish Fold, Selkirk Rex, Siberian, Singapura, Somali, Sphynx, Tonkinese, Turkish Angora, Turkish Van, mixed breeds, and many more
The Flint River Ranch Kitten and Adult Cat Food formula contains low ash and magnesium content as well as pH-controlling acidifiers (DL-Methionine) needed for maintaining optimal pH to help prevent urinary tract disorders such as F.U.S.
(Feline Urinary Syndrome) and FLUTD
(Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease).
Chicken Meal, Ground Yellow Corn, Lamb Meal, Corn Gluten Meal, Chicken Fat (preserved with mixed tocopherols
- healthy antioxidants - and ascorbic acid), Ground Whole Wheat, dried brewer's yeast, fish meal, corn germ meal, salt, dried beet pulp
(sugar removed), dehydrated cheese, lecithin, D-activated animal sterol (source of Vitamin D-3), Vitamin A acetate, Vitamin B12 supplement, Vitamin E supplement, niacin supplement, riboflavin, calcium pantothenate, choline chloride, pyridoxine hydrochloride, folic acid, biotin, thiamine mononitrate, inositol, DL-Methionine
, manganese, dehydrated kelp, zinc sulfate, copper sulfate, cobalt sulfate, ferrous sulfate, taurine, calcium iodate, sodium selenite, and dried whey.
Because Flint River Ranch premium cat food formulas are nutrient-dense, you should feed 20%-25% less than regular cat foods
. Each serving delivers maximum nutrition without unnecessary fillers
, so you'll also notice a lower stool volume and less clean-up.
It's best to introduce Flint River Ranch Super Premium foods by mixing with your cat's current food and increasing the amount of Flint River Ranch over several days. It will take time for your cat to adjust to the rich, easy to digest, all natural quality. A sudden change in any food source may be a shock to your cat's digestive system. You may notice loose stool. If so, reduce the amount being fed until your cat adjusts.
Feed your cat once or twice a day unless the breed is prone to bloating or excessive weight gain
), in which case we recommend feeding three smaller meals throughout the day. Food requirements vary depending on climate, breed of cat and exercise activity. Feed an amount that will maintain your cat's weight, and make sure to always have fresh water available.
Crude Protein (Min.)
Crude Fat (Min.)
Crude Fiber (Max.)
Crude Ash (Max.)
Caloric Density (KCAL/Cup)
Feed Kittens about 3 times a day up to 6 months
Kittens older than 6 months, feed 2 times per day.
Adult Cats (1 year and older) can be fed 1 or 2 times daily.
Always have fresh water available
The amount your cat can eat in 15-20 minutes is the amount you
should serve per feeding; free-feeding is not recommended.