Compy Supreme Hairball. NO GRAIN

Compy Supreme Hairball with Fresh chicken, Fruits and Vegetables. NO GRAIN. Complete food for adult cats with a tendency to form hairballs.

1,5 kg
Chicken 47% (fresh chicken* 26%, dehydrated chicken proteins 21%), pea starch*, poultry fat* (7%, source of omega 6 fatty acids), dehydrated animal proteins, tapioca starch*, vegetable fibers * (4%), hydrolyzed animal proteins, fish oil* (0.8%, source of omega 3 fatty acids), fructooligosaccharides* (0.5%), mineral substances, dehydrated spinach* (0.1%), dried pumpkin* (0.1%), dried carrot* (0.1%), yeast cell walls* (690mg/kg, source of MOS), Yucca schidigera* (345mg/kg), dehydrated berries* (0 .03%) (cranberries*, blueberries*, blackberries*, raspberries*, blackcurrant*). *Natural ingredients
Crude protein 35%
Fat content 18%
Crude fibre 5.5%
Inorganic matter 7%
Nutritional additives: Vitamin A: 30,000IU, Vitamin D3: 1,150IU, Vitamin E: 460mg, Vitamin C: 230mg, Biotin: 11.5mg, Taurine: 1,730mg, L-carnitine: 230mg, Iron (iron sulfate (II), monohydrate): 123.5mg, Copper (copper chelate (II) of hydrated amino acid): 12.8mg, Zinc (zinc chelate of hydrated amino acid): 115.7mg, Manganese (manganese chelate amino acid, hydrated): 46.3mg, Iodine (anhydrous calcium iodate): 2.6mg, Selenium (sodium selenite): 0.05mg.

The total daily amount to be supplied to adult cats is indicated in the feeding table based on their body weight, physiological state, activity level and environmental conditions.


Weight of adult cat (kg) Daily ration (g)
Normal activity  Active cats   Gestation 1st half 
2 - 4 30 - 50 40 - 60 60 - 90
4 - 6 50 - 65 60 - 80 90 - 120
+ 6 65 - 70 80 - 90 120 - 130

Number of meals a day: We recommend leaving the food freely available, as long as the animal knows how to ration it. Otherwise, we recommend dividing the daily amount in 2-3 meals establishing a routine of meals at the same time. Deposit the recommended daily amount in your cat's feeder without mixing with other products, except for a change of diet. Do not wet the kibbles as their normal consistency favours the preservation of your cat's teeth.


Change of diet

Cats are very sensitive to the change of feeding and rejections of the new food can occur and even diarrhea or vomiting if the change is made abruptly. Therefore, when you change from one product to another, remember to gradually reduce the old food while increasing the new one for 1 week, until it becomes the exclusive diet.