GimCat Kitten Tabs

40g
: 4/5
(7)
Cat snacks for kittens, developed to support healthy growth and vitality, with natural calcium, vitamins, L-carnitine and taurine, suitable for delicious daily feeding. ...further information
Product description
GimCat Kitten Tabs
GimCat Kitten Tabs
GimCat Kitten Tabs
GimCat Kitten Tabs
GimCat Kitten Tabs
GimCat Kitten Tabs
GimCat Kitten Tabs
GimCat Kitten Tabs
GimCat Kitten Tabs
GimCat Kitten Tabs
GimCat Kitten Tabs
GimCat Kitten Tabs
GimCat Kitten Tabs
GimCat Kitten Tabs
GimCat Kitten Tabs
GimCat Kitten Tabs
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Product description

Cat snacks for kittens, developed to support healthy growth and vitality, with natural calcium, vitamins, L-carnitine and taurine, suitable for delicious daily feeding.

Taste delicious and support your cat’s best possible development – these GimCat Kitten Tabs are a nutrient-rich treat that your cat will love, designed specially for kittens.

The GimCat Kitten Tabs contain calcium and vitamins among other nutrients, helping to support growth and vitality. These GimCat Kitten Tabs are also enriched with L-carnitine and essential amino-acid taurine. They are made to the highest quality standards in Germany.

GimCat Kitten Tabs at a glance:
  • Supplementary food for young cats
  • Optimal development: source of natural calcium, designed to support your cat during the growth phase
  • Improved vitality and fun: provides your kitten with beneficial vitamins
  • Contains L-carnitine and taurine
  • For daily feeding: suitable for treating your cat every day
  • Made in Germany

Ingredients

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Ingredients:
Milk and dairy by-products, oils and fats, sugar, yeast, meat and animal by-products, vegetable by-products, fruits (in pink tabs), grass powder (in green tabs).

Additives per kg:
Nutritional additives:
Vitamin A (1147 IU), vitamin E (260mg), vitamin B1 (27mg), vitamin B2 (20mg), vitamin B6 (13mg), vitamin B12 (93mcg), niacin (937mg), folic acid (18mg), taurine (4000mg), L-carnitine (4000mg).

Analytical constituents

protein25.0 %
fat24.0 %
fibre1.0 %
ash6.0 %
calcium1.2 %
phosphorus0.7 %
moisture4.5 %
sodium0.2 %

Feeding guide

Feeding recommendation:
GimCat Kitten Tabs are a supplementary food for kittens.

Feed around 8 tabs per day, either on their own or crumbled into food.

Reviews

GimCat Kitten Tabs
: 4/5
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09/12/23
: 5/5
Great little tablets
Got these for out new kittens and a year later they still love them! I think they helped when it came to give them some pills from the vets as they looked similar. No drama trying to get them to take their medicines because they thought they were treats and scoffed the meds so quickly! So happy with this treats, bought them many times and probably will continue to!
03/12/23|Nora Hugh
: 1/5
My kitten didn’t like them
Wouldn’t buy the multipack, check if your kitten even likes them. My kitten won’t go near them.
24/08/23|Ella Galinski
: 5/5
Magic treats
I've no idea why these little 'pills' are so appealing to cats and kittens but I started giving them to my litter of kittens when they were about 9 weeks old and they devoured them immediately even though I couldn't get them to eat expensive kitten kibble at the time. Both parent cats love them too - I just hope they are full of good ingredients. I gave a couple of packets away with each kitten when they went to their new homes too as it was such a reliable treat.
04/01/23|Ammarah
: 3/5
Does what it says…
Kitten loves them - but maybe too much. He’s been incredibly hyper (abnormally hyper) since giving them - I’ve stopped giving them now and he seems a lot calmer.
29/09/22|LB
: 5/5
Kitten loves them!
These are my kitten’s favourite treat. They DO look like pills as another reviewer mentions but he just chews them. He’s been having them since he was around 6 months old. They may be too big for a very small kitten.
03/08/22|Dale & Nero
: 5/5
Favourite treat
My kittens love them, at first I thought they may be too big to swallow as well so I broke them into tiny pieces. It didn't take long after to realise that they are very easy for my kittens to break then with their teeth and since then it is one of their favourite treats. (apparently they also have a good taste for cats)
14/07/22|Bogdan
: 2/5
Pill bombs
Not sure what to say about this one, pills are huge and I don't think will ever fit in a kittens mouth. My kitten seems to play with them and couple of them went missing. I haven't found the in the hoover so she might have manage to crack them in pieces and eat them