Wellness Minced Tuna Dinner Canned Cat Food
Wellness Minced Tuna Dinner Canned Cat Food
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Single Protein Source (Fish)
100% Grain Free, Complete and Balanced Meal
Poultry Free
Perfect for encouraging hydration
100% grain-free adult recipe is made with chicken and tuna bits as the top ingredients for the protein needed to support lean muscles.

Wellness Minced Tuna Dinner Canned Cat Food

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At a Glance
Single Protein Source (Fish)
100% Grain Free, Complete and Balanced Meal
Poultry Free
Perfect for encouraging hydration
100% grain-free adult recipe is made with chicken and tuna bits as the top ingredients for the protein needed to support lean muscles.

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Wellness Canned Cat Cuts offers a complete and balanced grain free meal for cats. With its wholesome, healthy, and natural ingredients it is perfect for encouraging hydration to help support urinary tract health. Contains no artificial colors, flavors or preservatives.
  • Wellness Manufacturer
  • No Corn, Wheat, or Soy Special Diet / Food Allergies
  • Minced Texture
  • Can Packaging Type
  • Wet Food Food & Nutrition
  • Tuna Flavor
  • Wellness Brand
  • Wellness Food Brands
  • Wellpet Manufacturer
  • Wet / Canned Food Type
  • Chicken Free Special Diet / Food Allergies
  • Beef Free Special Diet / Food Allergies
  • Lamb Free Special Diet / Food Allergies
  • Corn Free Special Diet / Food Allergies
  • Soy Free Special Diet / Food Allergies
  • Grain Free Special Diet / Food Allergies
  • Gluten Free Special Diet / Food Allergies
  • Mature Adult Life Stage
  • Kitten Life Stage
  • Adult Life Stage
  • Cat Pet Type

Is it OK for cats to eat canned tuna?
Answer

Feeding cats canned tuna in small amounts as an occasional treat is generally safe. However, tuna alone is not a complete and balanced diet for cats. It lacks certain essential nutrients that cats need, such as taurine, which is vital for their heart and eye health. Feeding canned tuna as a treat should not replace a nutritionally balanced cat food diet. Tuna, especially certain varieties like albacore or yellowfin, can contain high levels of mercury. Prolonged exposure to mercury can be harmful to cats. Therefore, it's advisable to limit the amount of canned tuna your cat consumes. Canned tuna often contains added salt or oil, which can be detrimental to a cat's health in large amounts. Excessive sodium can lead to dehydration and other health issues. Some cats may develop allergies or sensitivities to fish, including tuna. If you notice any signs of an adverse reaction, such as vomiting, diarrhea, or skin problems, it's best to avoid feeding tuna to your cat.

What kind of tuna is in cat food?
Answer

Tuna used in cat food can vary depending on the brand and specific product. The type of tuna used is often indicated on the product label or ingredient list. Skipjack tuna (Katsuwonus pelamis) is commonly used in cat food. It is a smaller species of tuna and tends to have lower mercury levels compared to larger species like yellowfin or albacore. Bonito tuna (Sarda spp.) is another type of tuna that is sometimes used in cat food. Bonito is a smaller species of tuna, and its flesh is typically darker and more flavorful. Some cat food products may use tuna by-products, such as tuna meal or tuna broth. These can include parts of the tuna fish that are not used for human consumption, such as organs, bones, or heads.

What is a good alternative to tuna for cats?
Answer

There are fish options that are suitable for cats and can provide similar nutritional benefits to tuna. For example, canned salmon or sardines (with no added salt or seasonings) can be a good alternative. These fish are generally lower in mercury compared to larger tuna species. Cats are obligate carnivores, so lean poultry like chicken or turkey can be a suitable alternative to fish. You can cook and shred boneless, skinless poultry and offer it to your cat as a treat or mix it into their regular cat food. Look for high-quality cat foods that are specifically formulated to provide balanced nutrition for cats. These foods typically contain a combination of protein sources, including poultry, fish, or other meats, along with added vitamins and minerals. Ensure that the cat food you choose meets the nutritional needs of your cat and has undergone quality testing. Freeze-dried meat treats made from chicken, turkey, or other proteins can be a healthy alternative to canned tuna as a treat. These treats often come in small, bite-sized pieces and can be a convenient and nutritious option.

How much tuna can I give my cat?
Answer

When feeding your cat tuna canned cat food, it's recommended to treat it like a special treat rather than a regular meal. Offer tuna canned cat food as an occasional treat rather than a daily staple. It should not exceed 10% of your cat's daily calorie intake. Provide tuna canned cat food as a treat a few times a week rather than every day. This helps prevent nutritional imbalances and overconsumption. Offer a small amount of tuna canned cat food per serving. As a guideline, one teaspoon of tuna canned cat food per treat session can be suitable. To maintain a balanced diet, limit the amount of tuna canned cat food given to your cat to about one-half can per month.

What age can a kitten eat tuna?
Answer

It is generally recommended to wait until kittens are a bit older, typically around 10 weeks old, before offering them tuna. When introducing tuna to a kitten's diet, you must do so gradually. Start by offering small amounts of cooked, plain tuna as an occasional treat or as a topper to their regular kitten food. Ensure that the tuna is boneless, skinless, and free from any added seasonings or oils. The age at which a kitten can safely consume tuna can vary depending on factors such as their size and breed. Some larger or more developed kittens may be able to handle tuna at a slightly earlier age, while smaller or more delicate breeds may benefit from waiting a bit longer.

Crude Protein 8.0% min
Crude Fat 3.0% min
Crude Fiber 1.0% max
Moisture 82.0% max
Taurine 0.05% min

Chicken, Fish Broth, Water Sufficient For Processing, Tuna, Dried Egg Whites, Dried Ground Peas, Tomatoes, Salmon, Carrots, Natural Flavor, Dried Egg Product, Guar Gum, Sodium Phosphate, Salt, Ground Flaxseed, Calcium Carbonate, Potassium Chloride, Choline Chloride, Cranberries, Minerals (Iron Amino Acid Chelate, Zinc Amino Acid Chelate, Copper Amino Acid Chelate, Manganese Amino Acid Chelate, Sodium Selenite, Potassium Iodide), Vitamins (Thiamine Mononitrate, Vitamin E Supplement, Niacin, d-Calcium Pantothenate, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Riboflavin Supplement, Vitamin A Supplement, Biotin, Vitamin D3 Supplement, Vitamin B12 Supplement, Folic Acid), Taurine.

74 kcal/3-oz can, 136 kcal/5.5-oz can

  • 3 oz Can: 2 - 3 cans/day for each 6 - 8 lbs of body weight. To feed with dry: reduce dry by 1/8 cup for every 1 can wet.

  • 5.5 oz Can: 1 1/2 cans/day for each 6 - 8 lbs of body weight. To feed with dry: reduce dry by 1/8 cup for every 1/2 can wet.

Refrigerate unused portion.

Transition Instructions

The best way to transition your cat onto a new food is to gradually introduce the new food by mixing it with the old grub. Mixing the twoรขโ‚ฌโ€and increasing the new food graduallyรขโ‚ฌโ€will allow your kitty's taste and tummy to acclimate to the new recipe.

Wellness is manufactured by Wellness
Option UPC/SKU
3 oz. - Pack of 24 076344026594
5 oz. - Pack of 24 076344026785

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