Orijen Freeze Dried - Six Fishby Orijen
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- Made in Canada
- Biologically appropriate formula for cats
- 100% Canadian flounder, pilchard, rock sole, rockfish, pacific mackerel, hake - Single-source, whole prey diet
- Gently freeze-dried - Locks in nutrients and flavour
- Fresh, preservative and antibiotic free
- Protein rich and low glycemic
- Net Wt. 35 g (1.25 oz)
Orijen Six Fish Freeze Dried Cat Treats are biologically appropriate cat treats, made from a variety of fish, wild caught from the north Vancouver Island.
Biologically appropriate means the type of foods that match what your cat's biological and nutritional needs are. Cats are carnivores, and have evolved to flourish on whole prey that matches their nutritional needs.
Orijen Six Fish Cat Treat are made with six sources of protein, flounder, Pacific pilchard, rock sole, rockfish, Pacific mackerel and Pacific hake, that's delivered fresh as nature intended to nourish your cat. Orijen treats are prepared without cooking or preservatives, and are free of antibiotics. Orijen Six Fish Cat Treats are freeze-dried to seal in all the natural flavour and nutrients of fresh caught fish.
ORIJEN’s Biologically Appropriate single-source treats are a simple and pure way to nourish and reward your cat with tastes he will love you for. Filled with natural flavours, this unique cat treat features 100% pure and natural Canadian fish in whole prey ratios to keep your cat happy, healthy and strong.
Orijen six fish are wild caught within the North Vancouver Island by people we know and trust, approved ‘fit for human consumption,’ and delivered to the Orijen kitchens fresh each day.
Net content: 35 g (1.25 oz)
|Crude Protein||Min. 58%|
|Crude Fat||Min. 22%|
|Crude Fiber||Max. 1%|
Feed Orijen Cat Treats in moderation as a treat
Each 35 g (1.25 oz) bag holds about 100 cat treats. Each treat is only about 1 calorie.
Fresh flounder (22%), fresh pacific pilchard (22%), fresh rock sole (19%), fresh rockfish (18%), fresh pacific mackerel (15%), fresh pacific hake (4%).