KITTEN CHOW Nurture Muscle & Brain Development Dry Cat Food, 14-lb bag -

Kitten Chow Nurture Muscle & Brain Development Dry Cat Food

By Kitten Chow
Rated 4.8046 out of 5 stars
Size: 14-lb bag
Size: 14-lb bag

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  • Real farm-raised chicken helps create a high protein dry kitten food that supports a kitten's development of lean muscles as she jumps and plays.
  • DHA supports brain and vision development, and essential nutrients like those found in mother's milk are included to help your kitten grow healthy and strong.
  • Kitties love the delicious flavor and texture of this cat kibble for kittens, and every serving is made to encourage her healthy appetite.
  • Made with high-quality, responsibly sourced ingredients, this cat food for kittens is expertly prepared with no artificial colors and flavors.
  • With 100% complete and balanced nutrition for kittens, Purina Kitten Chow dry cat food nourishes your pal as she take her first steps to a happy life full of adventure.
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Questions & Answers

17 Customer Questions

How much should 8 month old cats eat and when do they come off kitten food
Answer by samanthaJan 31, 2022
1/2-2/3 cups 2x a day is recommended for 8 month old. I usually have my cats on this food until they are around a year old.

how much do you feed a 3 month old kitten
Answer by ChewyFeb 28, 2020
Please click on the attached photo to reference the feeding chart.

I have a two year old cat and a 6 month old kitten, they like to eat from each other's bowls. Will kitten food make the older cat gain too much weight?
Answer by ChewyDec 23, 2017
We do not recommend feeding adult or senior cats a food made for a kitten. It will be formulated specifically for a kitten's nutritional needs and have more calories than a typical adult or senior food.

how many cups are in the 1.1 bag? thank you
Answer by ChewyJul 01, 2018
The 1.1 pound bag has approximately 4.4 cups of food, the 3.15 pound bag has 12.6 cups of food, the 6.3 pound bag has 25.2, the 14 pound bag has 56 cups of food.

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Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Victoria on Sep 16, 2022

Kitten prefers this over anything

I bought another name brand kitten food when i adopted my kitten and he would never eat the full portion in one sitting, and would fight for table food. Switched to this and he gobbles up the entire bowl and somehow found his way into the bag a few time. Not only that but his coat looks healthier than it did when i got him. he did have an overgrooming issue from his prior flea issue but it grew noticeably overnight as well. 10/10 healthy and happy cat.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By FelViesLoveLife on Sep 21, 2022

Great for new fosters coz it's very popular with cats

Many say they categorically do not feed Purina. Agree to disagree. We wish we could afford other brands but really a lot of them are just expensive and come from Malaysia and New Zealand so, carbon footprint and all we rather feed this and foster more cats in return. This is also something everyone likes really although it isn't grain free so not the healthiest long term. Works well so far.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By PurrfectcatLady on Sep 26, 2022

Kitten Chow

I have 4 newly born kittens that LOVE this food. AND, I have 5 other older cats that love this food as well. I had to move the bag out of the kitten cuby, cuz the kitties tore a hole right thru it.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Tuttifrutti on Sep 30, 2022

Amazing brand

The kitties love this kitten chow because it also has no artificial colors. The ingredients are healthy so it should be good for them. What a wonderful bargain!!

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By kittenmom on Aug 4, 2022

kitten chow nurture

All of our cats love it! The kittens, the mom cat, our 2 other cats ages 10 and the old lady cat of the house is almost 17 years old eat this over the more expensive food so we kind of have to watch the older cats don’t eat what they must consider ( candy food !) Lol.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Martha on Sep 28, 2022

Withholding judgment

My new kitten occasionally eats a kibble, but she much prefers the canned pate. We'll see whether she becomes more fond of the chow.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Gogi on Sep 29, 2022

Great for kittens

My cat only ate Purina Kitten kibbles for her first TWO YEARS-I tried many high quality brands Without it she may have starved!!

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By KatieRose on Jul 18, 2022

Love kitten chow for all my kitties

We’ve always used kitten chow when they were little and transitioned them to cat chow. The last 3 cats, as they became very elderly (18-20 yo) lost that softness and glow in their coat. I just assumed that was part of aging. I gave them kitten chow when the local store was out of cat chow and they loved it. I could not believe how much their coats became velvet-like again and weren’t shedding as much. They seemed more content after eating (except Spike - he always wants more). They still get a little wet food but I have been very impressed with the difference this has made in their health. I don’t pretend to be offering medical advice, just an observation on how my elderly cats have responded.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By CCHS on Jul 19, 2022

We use it!

As a Humane Society, we support many feral colonies. Supply chain issues have caused havoc with our ability to provide good quality high nutrition cat food. When we found Purina Kitten Chow Nuture, we switched many of our colonies to this. The price is good and it can be given to adult cats. And we've had no complaints from the cats or kittens!

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By CBYcats on Jun 17, 2022

You're always out of Purina Kitten Chow Naturals

I prefer to feed my kittens Purina Kitten Chow Naturals but you seem to always be out of it. I know it's kitten season at the moment (people really need to spay/neuter) so I've had to get this. It's what we used to use before the Naturals came out. The kittens are eating it but I'll be happier when the Naturals are back in stock. I prefer to feed meat as the first ingredient.