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Yes, Lilys Cat Food is most suitable for older cats. Both my 17 year old Burmese cats simply love it - their preference is for the Turkey and Fish varieties but no refusals when that food is put down. Their coats are still lovely and shiny.
By Alexandra F. Hodson on 28 May 2014
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I feed my cat with Lily's Kitchen soft food, but she also has cat biscuits, which are always available in her food area. Basically, when she asks for some soft food in her bowl, I give her a little - I divide the 'tin' up into 4 strips, then into cubes, and just give her one strip at a time. The rest goes in the fridge… see more I feed my cat with Lily's Kitchen soft food, but she also has cat biscuits, which are always available in her food area. Basically, when she asks for some soft food in her bowl, I give her a little - I divide the 'tin' up into 4 strips, then into cubes, and just give her one strip at a time. The rest goes in the fridge. Sometimes she eats it all, sometimes she leaves some of it, and as there are no preservatives or other nasties in organic food, it doesn't keep well once opened or out of the fridge so I just throw it away if it's not looking good or put it out in the garden in the bowl, where the magpies or ravens will finish it. The cat biscuits help to keep her teeth clean, and she likes to crunch. Ruby is 7 years old now, and is in very good shape, and never ill. The vet is very impressed! This hasn't been the case with my previous cats, who all tended to get fat and develop kidney problems. Credit to Lily's Kitchen cat food for this! You should just feed your cat Lily's Kitchen little and often, if your lifestyle allows you to do this, so the food doesn't go off, and maybe give biscuits as a back up for when you're not around. You should find he / she stays fit and healthy. Bit of a long winded answer, I'm afraid, but I hope it helps :) see less
By Sylje on 28 November 2014
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I have 2 4.5kg cats and they get one foil each plus a handful of biscuits (Purina One).
By Dipsy on 28 November 2014
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Calories are not given on the packet. All it gives is it's composition and states that it is grain free. You could e-mail Lily's Kitchen and ask them directly
By ChrissieP on 19 September 2015
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I'm not sure the correct details are on Amazon. Have a look at lilyskitchen.co.uk
As a breeder of pedigree cats it is very important to me what my cats eat. I have used all of their products for cats and my cats are very happy with all of them. Their bowls are always licked clean after feeding too which speaks volumes… see more
I'm not sure the correct details are on Amazon. Have a look at lilyskitchen.co.uk
As a breeder of pedigree cats it is very important to me what my cats eat. I have used all of their products for cats and my cats are very happy with all of them. Their bowls are always licked clean after feeding too which speaks volumes as cats are very fussy. Lilyskitchen really care about your pets as much as you do!
As per their website "
Produced from 100% Controlled Organic Farming Freshly Prepared: Organic Chicken (30%), Organic Beef (15%), Organic Turkey (10%), Organic Pork (5%), Organic Carrots, Organic Dandelion, Organic Nettles, Organic Spirulina, Carageenan, Taurine, Vitamins and Minerals." see less

By Fidr on 16 April 2015
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