Birman Kitten Food
Birman kittens are affectionate and happy natured cats. They have a beautiful creamy white body, and coloured points on their face, ears, legs and tail. A Fresh, high protein kitten food is the best choice to give this ‘Sacred Cat of Burma" to ensure a healthy start to life and to keep their coat shiny.
How much should Birman kittens eat?
One whole pouch of KatKin Fresh kitten food will satisfy your Birman each day. This is down to our personalised approach meaning we tailor our pouches to every kitten we meet. Simply split one pouch into 3 - 4 servings throughout the day and your kitten will receive all the nutrients they require to develop into a healthy, happy adult cat.
Birman kittens usually reach full maturity between two and three years old, which is why it is important they receive the right nutrients to develop into strong cats. We recommend feeding young Birman kitten Fresh food from 2 months onwards to help support their growth and development.
Feeding a Growing Birman Kitten
A Birman kitten needs a fully balanced diet to thrive. When feeding your new kitten you should ensure each meal consists of:
High Levels of Protein - To ensure your cat grows at the correct rate & help them thrive.
Vitamins - A mix of vitamins are needed to ensure kittens will grow to their full potential.
Fats and Fatty Acids -Taurine and arginine in small amounts will help your kitten grow and keep a shiny coat.
Carbohydrates - A small amount of carbs is needed for growth.
KatKin precisely balances all these nutritional needs in our eight vet formulated kitten food recipes. What’s more, we specially personalise your kitten food subscription as your Birman grows to make sure they are getting the fuel they need to thrive in every stage of their life.
Benefits of Fresh Kitten Food For Birman Cats
We want the best for cats and that means feeding them the right food from as soon as they wean from their mothers milk. We will always put a cat's health above all else. That is why our Fresh cat food guarantees the best nutritional benefits for your Birman.
Like all other domestic cat breeds, Birman cats are obligate carnivores. This means they are genetically suited to digesting a meat filled, high protein diet. Better digestion means better absorption of nutrients and better use of energy. It’s simple.
That is what KatKin delivers. No fluff. No fillers. Just real, human-grade meat in recipes that have been formulated by our vets. Give your Birman kitten the quality Fresh food they deserve.