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a little more independent every day


The development of a young cat passes by quickly: it’s possible to see daily changes in how they grow and mature. After five weeks their senses are fully developed.

The kitten starts to explore its surroundings on its own and takes to foraging. This is a perfect time to start the supplementary feeding of solid food. And because of the rapid development of the cat this should be of high quality: at 12 weeks the cat’s youth is already “completed” and it possesses the agility, independence and charm of an adult cat.

But it isn’t just independence that kittens attain particularly early on; they also develop their characteristic stubbornness quickly. And their preferences for flavours and tastes form within the first six months. At this time you can help to ensure that your free-spirited little one has become accustomed to a balanced and high-quality feed. Make sure that the proteins are easy to digest and the food contains a sufficient amount of taurine.

In case of a change of feed when moving homes, the new diet should be phased in only after the cat has settled in, and then slowly introduced in small steps over eight to ten days. Get your pet used to wet and dry food. The latter in particular helps with chewing and strengthens the teeth!

Matching treats & snacks

can be found in the chewing articles catalog

For kittens who have already passed their 2nd month, soft premium food is more suited. For example, heart & liver, turkey and lamb, delicious local meats which come with a guarantee of freshness.

Our tip:

  • To help avoid particular food preferences and acceptance problems, the young cat should be introduced to different foods and textures during its first year.

  • We do recommend however to hold off on the feeding of exotic meats, for example reindeer, hare or goat, so that in cases of allergies alternatives can be found.