BonaCibo Kitten is formulated with the optimum balance of protein, fats and carbohydrates to provide healthy growth. It is also enriched with Omega-3 fats and essential minerals & vitamins to promote healthy metabolism and bone development.
Balanced Vitamin & Minerals
Dehydrated Chicken Protein (46%), Baldo Rice (14%), Maize, Refined Chicken Oil, Anchovy Meal (7%), Krill Meal, Brewers Dried Yeast, Hydrolized Chicken Liver, Anchovy Oil, Nucleotide Yeast Protein, Minerals, Prebiotic Mannan Oligo Saccarides, Seaweed, Yucca Extract, Cranberry Powder, Psyllium.
|Copper (as Sulphate)
|Zinc (as Sulphate)
|Zinc (as Chelate)
|Manganese (as Sulphate)
|Selenium (as Selenite)
|EU approved antioxidants
It helps your cat to live a healthy life by having a small amount of nutrient grain.
BonaCibo formulated with an ideal balance of protein and fat ratio to maintain an ideal body weight for longevity and a healthy metabolism.
BonaCibo contains natural prebiotic fibres to promote the growth of beneficial bacteria and reduce pathogenic strains, thereby supporting immunity and optimising digestion.
BonaCibo contains enriched blend of vitamins, amino acids and right balance of Omega-6 : Omega-3 fatty acid ratio to promote healthy skin and a shiny coat.
Eyesight & Heart Care
Essential Taurine is added in generous quantities to ensure correct functioning of the nervous sytem and eyes and to support a strong heart.
Support Urinary Health
BonaCibo contains balanced and optimal levels of essential minerals, to help reduce the risk of urinary stones.
By using highly digestible ingredients and gentle cooking processes, BonaCibo ensures maximum digestibility.
Balanced fiber content helps the passage of hair balls, which causes deterioration of the digestive system, easily by dissolving.
Balanced Vitamins and Minerals
Optimal levels of vitamins are included to support metabolism and ensure sustained energy production. Essential trace minerals are also included in forms that are readily absorbed and utilised by the body.
- Which breeds are Bonacibo Kitten suitable for?
Our Bonacibo Kitten cat food is formulated to meet all nutritional needs of adult cats of all breeds.
- Which ages should you prefer to use Bonacibo Kitten for?
Bonocibo Kitten can be fed from weaning through to maturity, which occurs at around 8 to 10 months of age. During the last 2 months of this period the adult food can gradually be introduced. It is also ideal for pregnant and lactating female cats due to its high energy and vitamin content.
For pregnant cats Bonocibo Kitten should be fed during the last third of the pregnancy, which is the last 20 days. After birth it can then be offered freely up until weaning to provide sufficient energy and minerals for milk production.
- What is Taurine? Should cat food contain Taurine?
Taurine is a nutrient that is similar to an amino acid but also acts in the body like a vitamin. It is required in the body for a number of functions, including retinal development for sight and heart muscle development.
It is found naturally in meat materials however, the level can be quite low and variable. Unlike dogs, cats cannot produce this nutrient in their body, so instead it has to be consumed via the diet. Taurine is added to all Cagatay cat foods to ensure that their nutritional requirements are met.
- When can you start to use dry petfood for a newborn cat?
Kitten foods can be introduced at weaning by softening a few kibbles with warm water not with the milk and leave them close to their bed. If they do not accept the food readily you can also put a small spot of soften food on their front paws, which they will tend to lick and hence become familiar to the smell and taste. Once they have accepted the moistened food an additional bowl of dry food can be placed nearby and the quantity of moistened food reduced, which will encourage them to move across to the dry. Once they have all accepted the dry food the moistened food can be removed, but always allow them nearby access to clean, fresh water at all times.
- Is there any reason why you cannot serve kitten food to an adult Cat?
The nutrient content of the kitten food is higher than the adult food, so it will meet all of an adult cat’s requirements however, the extra energy can cause an adult cat to put on excessive weight if it is constantly fed this food. So long as the owner keeps a good check on the cat’s body condition it will certainly not cause any problems. The only other issue is the kibble size, which can sometimes be too small for an adult cat to eat comfortably.
- Which petfood do you need to use to help a Cat put on weight?
If your cat is struggling to put on weight it could be advisable to move it to the kitten food, which contains a high amount of energy. It could also be a good idea to feed it more often and in a quiet place if it is easily distracted and does not tend to consume the quantity indicated on the pack. Adding a little complete wet food can also help to boost the energy content and acceptance if your cat is particularly low in weight.
- Which petfood should you use for a cat which has had an operation, and for how long?
After an operation cats are often disinterested in their food. It is therefore a good idea to offer them a food with a very high palatability and nutrient concentration, such as Boncibo Kitten, so that they can obtain as much as possible from a small quantity. It is also a good idea to moisten the food with warm water, as this will make it easier to consume and will enhance the flavour further.