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URBAN KING 
DIETARY BASE MIX FOR CATS

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Urban King is a holistic base-mix to make homemade cat food. We believe in the power of natural, healthy ingredients and strive provide your feline friend with the highest quality nutrition. Our recipes are vet recommended and contain no chemicals, no preservatives, and no artificial flavours. Our blend is balanced with a full spectrum of whole food sources and natural goodness. We strive to give cats the nutrition they need to thrive. Our recipes are homemade, full of antioxidants, and provide cats with everything their bodies need. With Urban King, you can feed your cat a meal that is healthy, delicious, and all natural.

When starting with Urban King, we recommend discontinuing the dry food altogether and blend a little of prepared Urban King with your cat's favourite canned cat food. Gradually increase the Urban King and decrease the canned food for an about a week or two. When changing your cat to Urban King, please understand that commercial cat foods contain addictive flavouring additives (particularly the dry kibble) so it may take some time and patience to get your cat changed over to a real food diet.

Urban King comes in 1 size: 500g (1lbs)  

SUGGESTED DAILY FEEDING PORTIONS
for average dogs (Per Day)

Feed 1 - 3 meals per day

Kittens: 1-2 Tbsp 3-4 times per day until 6 months 

6 months - 1 year: 2 Tbsp 3 times per day 

Adults Cats: 2-3 Tbsp 2 -3 times per day 

FEEDING INSTRUCTIONS: When changing over, we recommend baking the food for the first 2 months, then you can change to raw if you wish. Add a small amount of prepared baked URBAN KING to your catʼs current favourite canned cat food. Gradually decrease the amount of canned commercial food until itʼs eliminated & increase URBAN KING until your cat is eating it exclusively.

*Fussy Cats:  If your cat is fussy and is resistant to dietary changes, please do not let your cat fast for more than one day. Prolonged fasting can lead to a dangerous condition known as hepatic lipidosis.

*Do not let your cat fast for more than one day.

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