The snow leopard is a hunter and the tundra is the ideal prey!
- Isn't there a bit of a hunter in your darling too? The snow leopard lives in rocky plateaus.
- With keen senses and tense muscles, he stalks his prey and uses all his instincts to find the perfect moment.
- When developing our Tundra product line, we strictly focused on the most species-appropriate diet that is closest to the natural prey in terms of nutritional physiology: a grain-free meal with a particularly high proportion of meat and fresh vegetables.
- Give your darling the perfect booty and feed the cat tundra.
Fish 70% (composed of 30% fresh salmon, 24% salmon meal, 10% fish meal, 6% salmon oil), peas, sweet potato, flax seeds, chip seed husk , apple pomace, carrot, spinach, cranberry seed, knotweed, peppermint, parsley, rosemary, nettle leaves, chamomile, sage, thyme, coriander leaves, dandelion leaves, licorice root (Glycyrrhiza glabra), fructo-oligosaccharides, yucca schidigera.
Crude protein 40%, crude fat 16%, crude ash 9.80%, crude fiber 2%, moisture 8%, calcium 1.7%, phosphorus 1.3%, omega-3 2%.
Copper (as copper (II) sulfate, pentahydrate) 8 mg, zinc (as zinc oxide) 100 mg, manganese (as manganese oxide) 10 mg, iodine (as iodate calcium, anhydrous) 2.6 mg, vitamin A 18000 IU, vitamin D 1300 IU, vitamin E (all-rac-alpha-tocopheryl acetate) 180 mg, taurine 1600 mg.
|2kg : 30-35g|
|3kg : 35-45g|
|4kg : 45-55g|
|5kg : 55-65g|
|6kg : 60-70g|
|7kg : 70-80g|