Transitioning

Transitioning

Transitioning your cat to new food such as Fegnion™ should be accomplished gradually to reduce any potential gastrointestinal symptoms induced by an abrupt food change. We recommend a 14-day transition. However, it may take your cat a few days, weeks or longer to fully transition. Kittens typically transition quickly whereas adult cats may take longer.

There will be days during the transition where you might think your cat would benefit from an extended version of our recommended transition guideline. It is a work in progress and something you will both work on together.

However remember, do not make the transition an abrupt one and the steps below are just a guideline. Different flavor, aroma, shape, and texture of the newly introduced food may be foreign to your cat at first. Human patience and persistence are the key to your cat’s successful transition. Cats are unique creatures of habit and are not always comfortable with changes especially when it comes to their food.

Remember that like humans, our fur babies are unique in every way. Just think of all the wonderful benefits that Fegnion raw can offer your cat.

Step OneFROM THE FIRST TO THE FIFTH DAY.

Step TwoFROM THE SIXTH TO THE TENTH DAY.

STEP THREEFROM THE ELEVENTH TO THE FOURTEENTH DAY.

Some tips for transitioning/feeding your cat

These are just some of the factors you should take into consideration. Remember that each cat is unique and feedings should be tailored to its individual needs.