Cat food Kiteket (Kitekat) - reviews and description


No matter what they say, everyone has heard about the cat food Kitiket. It is advertised in almost every media outlet, citing its affordable price and balanced composition. But is it really so? We’ll look at the composition of this food and tell you if you can give KiteKat cat food to your pets as a regular food.

If you listen to the opinion of cat lovers, veterinarians, KiteKat food is not recommended as a permanent food. The thing is that most of the cats who used this food, acquired not quite healthy appearance, losing their hair, suffering from colic and vomiting, poorly going to the toilet, began to suffer from urolithiasis and some other dangerous diseases. The composition leaves much to be desired, some of the content is “cleverly hidden” by the manufacturer.

Kitiket contains animal products and meat (mainly offal in the form of tendons, beaks, feathers, heads and hooves), fish and chicken by-products, corn and corn gluten, mineral and vitamin supplements, rice and carbs, salt and wheat flour, colorants and preservatives, natural flavors, taurine, dried brewer’s yeast, sulfates of copper, manganese and zinc.

You can see for yourself that the composition of the food is far from perfect. There are many things in it that can really harm the animal. For example, yeast and wheat flour are allergens and preservatives are slow poisons for animals. As for by-product meal, it is common animal waste that is not good for cats.

In terms of percentage, the composition of Kitiket also raises a lot of questions - there is 12% fat and 41% other (it is unclear what this is?)