Adult Cat

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With a minimum of 40% chicken, CLINIVET Adult Cat is an ideal food for your adult cat.


Cats are strict carnivores that require a diet designed specifically for them. CLINIVET Adult Cat contains an optimum protein and carbohydrate formula to promote the slow release of energy throughout the day, meaning your cat stays fuller for longer.


CLINIVET Adult Cat food is high in fibre to to help ‘sweep’ the fur along the intestines in the right direction and prevent the formation of hairballs. In addition, an optimal level of Omega 3 fatty acids also help maintain good coat condition, reducing the quantity of hair which is lost. CLINIVET cat food has been formulated to provide an optimal pH and mineral balance to help maintain the health of your cat’s urinary system.


CLINIVET Adult Cat is suitable from maturity to seven years.

Feeding Guide

Nutritional Info

Analytical Constituents

Crude Protein 25.0%, Fat Content 14%, Inorganic Matter 8.5%, Crude Fibres 1.9%, Omega 3 fatty acids 0.3%.


Vitamin A (as retinyl acetate) 24,000 iu/kg, Vitamin D3 (as cholecalciferol) 1,200iu/kg, Vitamin E (as alpha tocopherol) 150mg/kg, Taurine 500mg/kg.

Trace Elements

Ferrous Sulphate Monohydrate 200mg/kg, Manganese oxide 81mg/kg, Zinc Oxide 81mg/kg, Cupric Sulphate Pentahydrate 32mg/kg, Calcium Iodate Anhydrous 8mg/kg, Sodium Selenite 0.2mg/kg. Antioxidants: A blend of mixed tocopherols extracts of natural origin.


Maize, Chicken Meat Meal (25%), Meat and bone meal, Chicken Fat (6%), Maize Gluten Meal, Beet Pulp, Fresh Chicken (7%), Hydrolysed Chicken (2%), Minerals, Linseed, Rosemary

Health Benefits

  • Natural - Hypoallergenic
    Clinivet is formulated without wheat, beef, lamb and soya products. These ingredients are known to be common allergens, and can contribute to conditions such as digestive upsets, dry, flaky and itchy skin, and a dull coat. By excluding these products from the diet, it is possible to reduce the occurrence of these allergic reactions.

  • Healthy Skin
    A shiny coat and healthy skin are signs of a healthy body. A balanced Omega 6 to Omega 3 ratio is thought to reduce the incidence of inflammatory responses, such as dry, itchy, flaky skin, arthritis, visual defects, cancer and infertility. Essential oils from fish and linseeds are excellent sources of these essential fatty acids and help support the coat and skin condition.

  • Protects - Protected Immunity
    A strong immune system is vital in keeping the body strong and healthy. This important defence mechanism protects the body from unwanted pathogens, and cells from oxidative damage.

  • Healthy Gut
    A healthy gut helps protect against indigestion and promote a healthy gut environment, and can reduce the incidence of colitis and diarrhoea. The addition of fructo-oligosaccharides and mono-oligosaccharides to Clinivet boosts levels of friendly gut bacteria and limit the growth of less friendly bacteria.

  • Controlled Release of Energy
    The glycemic index (GI) is a measure of how quickly blood glucose levels rise after eating a particular type of food. A low GI food will release glucose (energy) into the body more slowly and steadily promoting a feeling of fullness for longer, whereas a high GI food releases glucose much faster, and is known to be associated with an increased risk of obesity.

  • Hairball Management
    Cats' tongues have small barbs which dislodge loose hair during grooming. The hair is swallowed and travels down into the stomach. It usually passes through the digestive tract without any problems, however sometimes it remains in the stomach and accumulates to form a hairball. Hairballs rarely cause problems, but when they reach a certain size, the cat tried to eliminate them by expulsion with the faeces, or by vomiting. Hairballs can be prevented by feeding a dry food which helps reduce the formation of hairballs in the gut, in addition, Omega 3 fatty acids also help maintain good coat condition, reducing the quantity of hair which is lost.

  • Cardio Care
    Taurine is thought to help protect against heart failure, and is essential for cardiovascular function, and the development of skeletal muscle and the central nervous system.

  • Urinary Care
    FLUTD (Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disorder) is more commonly seen in the neutered, indoor, overweight cat, and occurs when stones or crystals become wedged in the narrowest point of the urethra. The two most common types of stone are œstruvite (composed of magnesium, ammonium and phosphate) and calcium oxalate. FLUTD results in the bladder becoming progressively distended, with abnormally increased amounts of urine causing a back pressure effect on the kidneys, and can be prevented by feeding a slightly acidic diet and by managing weight gain.

  • Dental Care
    Cats usually accumulate plaque (food debris and bacteria) on the outside of their teeth, but not on the inside. This hardens to form tartar, irritating the gums and causing gingivitis (inflammation of the gums) and loss of teeth. The bacteria can occasionally enter the bloodstream and damage internal organs.

  • Fat Metabolism
    L-carnitine helps the body produce energy. It is important for heart and brain function, muscle movement, and is known to mobilise fat reserves and help prevent weight gain.