UPDATE: To our Valued Pet Owners, thank you for sticking by us over recent weeks and for all your support as we have been feeling the impact of global shipping challenges. We are pleased to share we have received several large air and sea shipments and product is now flowing through on to shelf in most areas. If you are still having any issues tracking down your pet’s favourite food in your area, please reach out to our team of Vet Nurses for FREE advice on 0800 738 847 or AskPurina@nz.nestle.com. We are grateful for your loyalty and are always here to help.

Nutrition

Snacks and Treats for Your Cat

As a cat-lover, you’ll know how tempting it can be to give your furry friend treats and titbits to eat...
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What to Feed a Kitten

So you’ve welcomed a new bundle of fur to your family – congratulations! Now that you’ve settled the new arrival...
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Purina ONE

BENEFITS OF MIXED FEEDING

There are countless options and varieties when it comes to feeding your cat, but how do you know you’re choosing...
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7 DAY TRANSITION GUIDE

When transitioning your cat to new food, we recommend you do this gradually over 7 – 10 days as this...
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HAIRBALLS

Hairballs are one of the most common reasons why cats vomit. The easiest way for owners to identify hairballs is...
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BODY CONDITION

A cat’s health and well-being throughout their life are impacted by body condition. Maintaining an ideal body condition is vital...
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URINARY TRACT

Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease (FLUTD) and Blood in Cat Urine One of the biggest health concerns amongst cat owners...
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WHEN, WHERE, AND HOW MUCH TO FEED

You can help improve your cat’s mealtimes by knowing when, where and how much to feed her. Help her avoid...
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UNDERSTANDING CAT FOOD

Complete and balanced nutrition Your cat requires a complete and balanced diet for her specific life stage. You can ensure...
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WEIGHT MANAGEMENT

4 ways you can help your cat return to her ideal weight Research shows that overweight cats are more likely...
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