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Rabbit Cat Food: Limited Ingredient Diet Rabbit Au Jus for Cats

Rabbit Cat Food: Limited Ingredient Diet Rabbit Au Jus for Cats

This rabbit cat food is ideal for cats with extreme food sensitivities, sensitive stomachs, and digestive issues. Color and texture may vary by batch.

The Best Rabbit Cat Food: Limited Ingredient Diet Rabbit Au Jus for Cats

Help your pet thrive with KOHA Limited Ingredient Diet Rabbit Paté for Cats

Why rabbit cat food? 

Some cats can suffer from sensitive stomachs, digestive issues like IBS,  IBD, or food allergies. KOHA’s limited-ingredient rabbit cat food has only one meat (rabbit) which is a novel protein (a new protein to your pet). This less common protein helps avoid food-related issues making it the best choice for extreme food sensitivities, digestive issues, or sensitive stomachs. 

We also don’t include any junky fillers such as potatoes, wheat, corn, soy, or carrageenan that can lead to digestive issues in our rabbit cat food recipe. 

Our rabbit cat food recipe includes pumpkin for healthy digestion and New Zealand Green Mussel to support joint health. All of our Limited Ingredient Diet formulas have a paté texture, a delicious taste that cats love, and are easy to digest, making stomachs happy and purrs aplenty!

  • Single Meat - 96% Rabbit Exclusive of Water
  • High Protein
  • Easy To Digest
  • No Carb-Loaded Fillers or Preservatives
  • New Zealand Green Mussel Promotes Joint Health
  • Pumpkin Supports Digestion
  • Cranberries for Urinary Tract Health
Feed as a complete and balanced protein-rich meal or as a tasty topper.

KOHA LIMITED INGREDIENT DIET RABBIT PATÉ is formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO Cat Food Nutrient Profiles For Maintenance. Made in Canada.

Ingredients in KOHA Rabbit Au Jus for Cats


Rabbit, Water Sufficient For Processing, Ground Flaxseed, New Zealand Green Mussel, Agar Agar, Pumpkin, Potassium Chloride, Choline Chloride, Salt, Taurine, Dried Kale, Cranberries, Ginger, Turmeric, Iron Proteinate, Zinc Proteinate, Vitamin E Supplement, Thiamine Mononitrate, Copper Proteinate, Manganese Proteinate, Sodium Selenite, Niacin Supplement, D-Calcium Pantothenate, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Riboflavin Supplement, Vitamin A Supplement, Biotin, Potassium Iodide, Vitamin D3 Supplement, Vitamin B12 Supplement, Folic Acid.

Guaranteed Analysis:

 Crude Protein(Min.) 9.0% Crude Fat (Min.) 4.0% Crude Fiber (Max.) 1.0% Moisture (Max.) 82.0%

Calorie Content (Me Calculated):

885 Kcal/Kg, 76 Kcal/3 oz Can, 139 Kcal/5.5 oz Can 

Feeding Instructions for KOHA's Rabbit Cat Food

Feed according to the age, size, and activity of your cat. Feed at room temperature and refrigerate unused portion. Your cat should always have access to clean fresh water.

5.5 oz can size - Adult: Feed 1 can per 6 to 8 lbs. of body weight per day.

3 oz can size - Adult: Feed 2 cans per 6 to 8 lbs. of body weight per day.


What is rabbit cat food?+

Rabbit cat food is a cat food that is made with rabbit as its main source of protein. It's an excellent protein for cats because it's lean meat and low in calories. It can come in wet and dry formulas and sometimes includes other ingredients like vegetables, grains, and added vitamins and minerals. 

However, not all cat food advertised as “rabbit cat food” exclusively uses rabbit meat in their recipes. Make sure to check the cat food ingredients and aim for rabbit cat foods that have rabbit as the only source of meat in their recipe, like KOHA’s LIMITED INGREDIENT DIET RABBIT PATÉ.

Is rabbit cat food good for cats?+

Yes, rabbit cat food is a great, healthy choice for cats! Rabbit meat is a lean protein that benefits a cat's overall health. It's also a good source of essential nutrients like Vitamin B3, iron, and Omega-3 fatty acids.

Is rabbit cat food good for allergies?+

Yes, rabbit cat food can benefit cats with allergies or food sensitivities compared to more common proteins like chicken or beef. Rabbit is considered a novel protein. This means it's likely the cat has not been exposed to it before, reducing the risk of an allergic reaction. Novel proteins like rabbit are often used in hypoallergenic diets for this reason. 

Wet rabbit cat food vs dry rabbit cat food +

Whether you feed your cat wet or dry rabbit cat food will depend on your cat’s digestive system and nutritional needs. 

Wet cat food:

  • Easier to breakdown and digest
  • Is moisture-rich, which keeps cats well-hydrated. This is important for cats, because they naturally don't drink enough water.
  • Can provide a high protein diet with lower carbohydrates
  • Adds a delicious and new texture

Dry cat food:

  • Can be left out longer without spoiling. This makes it a better option if you choose to free feed.
  • Does not require refrigeration

Some cats may prefer one over the other or you can consider a mixed feeding approach. However, it is important to remember that every cat is unique, so what works for one may not work for another. Always consult with your vet if you have any questions or concerns.

What is the best rabbit cat food? +

That's an easy question: KOHA’s Limited Ingredient Diet Rabbit Au Jus for Cats!

KOHA’s limited-ingredient rabbit wet cat food recipe is perfect for cats with allergies and sensitive stomachs. The recipe has rabbit as its only protein source, and then includes pumpkin seeds for digestion, cranberries for urinary tract health, and New Zealand Green Mussel to promote joint health! 

This recipe is free of soy, corn, wheat, potatoes, and carrageenan, so know your cat is getting the absolute best quality–and tastiest meal! 

Is there a homemade rabbit cat food recipe?+

Yes, there are homemade rabbit cat food recipes. However, when you choose to feed your cat a homemade diet, it doesn’t guarantee that your cat is receiving all of the necessary vitamins and nutrients that they need for their health. It can also be a very time-consuming process, and will be expensive over time.

Choosing a high quality, limited ingredient rabbit cat food ensures your cat receives all of the nutrients he or she needs. You’ll also have peace of mind knowing that your cat is getting the best ingredients prepared safely–without all the additives you want to avoid.

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