What does it mean to be Weruva Grade? It means we feed your precious pets like we feed ourselves and our pets: with dishes made by hand, with ingredients and cuts you recognize when you see them, with recipes dialed-in for feline- and canine-specific dietary needs, and crafted in accordance with the strictest standards.
It’s time to PLAY… for dinner!? That’s right, new B.F.F. Paté Lovers Aw Yeah! recipes are what your best feline friend has been asking for. Grain, gluten, carrageenan, and starch free means that these playful patés are sure to please even the pickiest of pals. Available in cans and pouches in three protein options; chicken only, fish only, and mixed protein recipes.
Chicken & Duck Dinner - 3.0 oz Pouch
Once you cat eats a bowl of this food, it will feel like their ultimate destiny to have more! The delicious, puréed chicken and duck in a hydrating paté will leave your kitty with one happy tummy!
Chicken, Chicken Broth, Duck, Dried Egg, Natural Flavor, Coconut Oil, Guar Gum, Locust Bean Gum, Xanthan Gum, Potassium Chloride, Taurine, Vitamin E Supplement, Choline Chloride, Zinc Oxide, Thiamine Mononitrate (Vitamin B1), Reduced Iron, Niacin Supplement (Vitamin B3), Vitamin A Supplement, Sodium Selenite, Manganese Sulfate, Copper Amino Acid Complex, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride (Vitamin B6), Calcium Pantothenate, Riboflavin Supplement (Vitamin B2), Folic Acid, Vitamin B12 Supplement, Vitamin D3 Supplement, Potassium Iodide, Biotin
3.0 oz - 92 kcal
KG - 1092 kcal
Crude Protein (min) - 7%
Crude Fat (min) - 3%
Crude Fiber (max) - 1%
Moisture (max) - 84%
Feed according to the age, size, and activity of your cat. If fed alone, feed 1.0oz for each pound of body weight daily. Your cat should have access to clean, fresh water. Refrigerate after opening.
On our food labels we suggest to “Feed according to the age, size, and activity of your cat. If fed alone, feed 1.0oz for each pound of body weight daily. Your cat should have access to clean, fresh water. Refrigerate after opening.”
Cats generally require around 200-250 calories per day, and this largely correlates with 1oz per pound of bodyweight per day total (best fed not at one time) …But mostly, it comes down to trial and error. We do not believe in counting calories for cats as there really is no correct caloric amount. Unlike many dogs, cats that are eating the right foods will more or less know when it is time to stop eating…the key being that they are eating the right foods…and that would be food with high quality protein and fat.
Calories can come from 3 sources: protein, fat and carbohydrates. Cats are “obligate carnivores” which means they require or are “obligated” to eat meat. The calories that come from meat are protein based and fat based, with minimal if any calories coming from carbohydrates. Therefore, cats need protein and fat, they do not need carbs. For cats (and dogs), carbohydrates are not metabolically necessary. Foods should therefore have a meat-based focused with the vast majority of calories coming from protein and fat with minimal to no calories coming from carbs. Dry kibble, for instance, cannot be made without carbs…one of the reasons we do not manufacture one for felines, nor do we recommend feeding one.
We generally state that as long as your “obligate carnivore” kitty is eating high quality protein (such as animal based meaty cuts), he or she will likely not overeat. Cats eating foods with carbohydrates (such as dry kibble) or foods with inferior protein sources, such as plant-based proteins like wheat gluten or corn gluten, may tend to overeat or may not get proper nutrition.