Taste, texture, temperature: nothing gets past a cat’s finely tuned palate. Made of chicken and fresh salmon, two proteins adored by felines, this elaborate formula is ideal for introducing your furry friend to natural food, or for kittens. Also good to know: chicken is a delicate protein, great for cats with a sensitive stomach.
Salmon contains good, easily assimilated proteins. It also meets most of your cat’s omega-3 needs — it contains acids like EPA and DHA, two nutrients that are beneficial to the kidneys and joints of cats. Rich in B-complex vitamins and perfectly balanced, chicken promotes a good glucose balance in addition to being very tasty to cats. This protein is also an excellent source of phosphorus, potassium, and selenium, minerals important for thyroid health and the immune system.
If your cat has a chicken allergy, try our Beef & Sardine or Duck & Beef recipes instead.
- Add ¼ to ½ cup of hot water to the medallions for a week. Since cats prefer warmer than cold food, this might ease the transition.
- Transition complete! Stop adding water, simply serve raw and voilà! Thaw in the fridge for a day beforehand.
- Keep frozen.
- Thaw in the fridge for a day beforehand.
- Once thawed, a portion can stay in the fridge for up to 3 days. Don’t leave thawed medallions at room temperature for more than 15 minutes.
- Wash your hands after handling the medallions and clean all surfaces and bowls that may have been in contact with the raw food.
- For animal consumption only