Fokker cat food provides the best support for the well-being of your cat. A shiny coat, strong teeth and an optimal bowel function. Check below to see what Fokker can do for your cat.
Good hairball transit
Strong bones and smooth muscles
Healthy skin and shiny coat
Reduces obesityApplies only to Fokker Steri-Fit
Protects urinary tract
The very best ingredients
Fokker is compiled by nutritionists and also by people from daily practice. Their goal is to create the most optimal cat food in each phase of its life. That is why Fokker feeds only contain the very best ingredients. Only then can a guarantee be given that the feed quality is of the highest level.
Moreover, Fokker is free of genetically manipulated ingredients and contains no artificial odorants, colourings or flavours. We count on your cat enjoying a long and healthy life and Fokker enables to lay the foundation.
Fokker products meet all the standards set by pet food institute AAFCO and FEDIAF (European Pet Food Industry Federation). Manufacturing is carried out in compliance with Good Manufacturing Practice + and IFS certification.
High-quality proteins promote healthy growth and help produce strong bones and a shiny coat. They also support your cat’s natural immunity. The proteins used by Fokker are derived from poultry and lamb, and contain just the right proportion of essential amino acids, including taurine. Amino acid deficiency can cause heart problems or even blindness.
Fat is the main source of essential fatty acids and the main source of energy too. Fokker contains high-quality poultry fat, rich in linoleic acid, which also makes it taste really good. The optimum ratio of omega 6 to omega 3 fatty acids (5:1) promotes soft skin and a shiny coat. These fatty acids also help improve your cat’s immune system.
Hypoallergenic high-quality grains like maize and rice are used as sources of carbohydrate. Rice is an excellent source of carbohydrate and is very easy to digest. Maize, rich in calories and protein, is highly nutritious, providing energy and boosting immunity.
Fokker contains the ideal quantity of dietary fibre, mainly derived from beet. Beet pulp is a natural source of crude fibre with just the right proportion of soluble and insoluble dietary fibre. These fibres regulate the digestive process and keep the stomach and intestines healthy.
Minerals and trace elements
These ingredients are essential for a cat’s skeleton and locomotor system. Too little or too much very quickly leads to defects and problems with teeth, bones, ligaments and tendons. The mineral magnesium plays an important role in keeping a cat’s urinary system healthy and preventing kidney stones. An optimum quantity helps prevent the dreaded feline urologic syndrome (FUS). A number of trace elements are extremely important components of bodily substances like hormones and enzymes.
Vitamins are the lubricants in the body’s metabolic process. Every vitamin has a different purpose and that’s why it’s important to keep them in the correct proportion. Cats cannot make their own vitamins, so they have to get them from their food. As far as we know, the fat-soluble vitamins A, D and E are not usually stored by the body. So it’s extremely important to get the precise quantity. The right amount of vitamins ensures all round fitness and vitality.
L-Carnitine plays an important role in the body’s ability to burn fat. By attaching itself to fatty acids, L-Carnitine is transported to the part of the cell responsible for turning fat into energy. This provides useful energy for the muscles (resulting in compact muscle mass), and for the heart, the liver and other organs too.
To stimulate the intestines, Fokker contains inulin, a fructo-oligosaccharide (FOS). The special characteristic of this ingredient is that it stimulates good intestinal flora and helps prevent digestive problems. Inulin supports the positive lactic acid and bifidobacteria in the gut, while pathogenic germs are contained.
Lecithin is a natural foodstuff that helps to metabolise fat. The emulsifying effect of lecithin improves the digestion of fat. As a result, these fats are available for important functions within the body, such as transporting the essential vitamins A, D and E.