Wild West Kangaroo: Allergy-Friendly and Gut-Healthy Meal for Cats

Embark on a culinary journey to the untamed Wild West with our innovative Wild West Kangaroo (limited ingredient) cat meal. Crafted with care, this recipe is a testament to our commitment to providing tailored nutrition for cats with specific dietary needs. We can’t wait to introduce you to the Wild West Kangaroo recipe, a blend of mouth-watering flavours and nourishing ingredients designed to cater to allergies and gut health concerns of our feline companions.

Top 5 Benefits of the Wild West Kangaroo Meal for Cats:

1) Allergy-Friendly Formula:

Just like us, cats can develop food allergies, specifically to common protein sources. Cats with allergies deserve a meal that brings them relief and delight. The Wild West Kangaroo recipe features kangaroo, a novel protein source, which reduces the likelihood of triggering allergies caused by more common proteins. Further, this is a limited ingredient recipe with maximum benefits. This approach minimizes the chances of allergic reactions and makes it easier for cats to digest and enjoy their food.

2) Palatability Redefined:

Step into the shoes of a true trailblazer with the Wild West Kangaroo cat meal, where lean kangaroo meat meets cat-approved complementary flavours. The umami-rich taste profile is bound to tantalize your cat's taste buds, ensuring they gallop towards their bowl every mealtime.

3) Fibre and Healthy Fats for Digestive Health:

A healthy gut is pivotal to your cat's overall well-being. With pumpkin and coconut milk, our Wild West Kangaroo recipe provides a blend of healthy fats and dietary fibre that support digestive health. These ingredients aid in promoting regular bowel movements and maintaining a happy tummy.

4) Cranberries for Urinary Support:

Cranberries are not just a treat for the taste buds; they may also support urinary health in cats. Cranberries are high in proanthocyanin, an antioxidant, and polyphenols. These help to prevent urinary tract infections by eliminating the ability for bacteria to stick to the urinary tract wall. The addition of cranberries adds a touch of tartness while contributing to maintaining a healthy urinary tract.

5) All Life Stages Option:

Catering to the diverse needs of cats across different life stages, the Wild West Kangaroo recipe stands as a versatile option suitable for cats of all ages. Whether you have a kitten, adult, or senior cat, this recipe ensures they receive balanced nutrition throughout their journey.

Wild West Kangaroo meals for cats

Beneficial Ingredients You’ll Find in Our Wild West Kangaroo:

1) Kangaroo: Kangaroo meat provides high-quality, lean, protein without common allergens, making it an excellent and novel choice for cats with sensitivities.

2) Pumpkin: Pumpkin offers dietary fibre that aids in digestion and supports a healthy gut, contributing to optimal digestive functions.

3) Coconut Milk: Rich in healthy fats, coconut milk adds a creamy, palatable texture to the meal while providing essential nutrients that promote overall well-being.

4) Hydrolyzed Soy Sauce: Using a hydrolyzed soy sauce reduces allergy-risks and provides that umami flavour cats love!

5) Cranberries: Cranberries bring a burst of flavour and contribute to maintaining a healthy urinary tract.

Elevate your cat's mealtime experience with the unique flavours and wholesome nourishment of our Wild West Kangaroo cat meal. From the untamed landscapes of the Wild West to the comfort of your home, this recipe embodies the spirit of adventure while addressing the specific dietary needs of cats with allergies and gut health concerns.

We recommend consulting with your veterinarian to determine if the Wild West Kangaroo recipe aligns with your cat's individual dietary requirements, allergies, health status, and to provide them with a meal that speaks to their inner trailblazer, keeping them healthy and satisfied.

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Written by: Hannah Godfrey
Animal Nutritionist
BSc.H. | MSc. Animal Nutrition


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