Weight loss

Dietary supplement for cats
to support weight loss

Particularly suitable

  • obesity (body weight > 20% over the average)
  • slightly overweight (slow weight reduction)
  • periods of little exercise
  • tendency to be overweight in old age
  • support for digestive disorders


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FeliFiber® Tabs


When do I use FeliFiber® Tabs?

FeliFiber® has strong satiating properties and a positive influene on the metabolisation of body fat. FeliFiber® supplements the cat’s diet in a targeted manner with L-carnitine and a balanced combination of fibres known for their regulating effect on digestion and their satiating effect.

How do I use FeliFiber® Tabs?

Giving the correct dosage of FeliFiber® Tabs is very easy. It is fed as a supplement to your dog’s regular diet - no diet change is required. Thanks to their outstanding acceptance,  the Tabs also serve as a satiating reward between meals and thus replace other energy-rich snacks.

For weight loss: For an adult cat weighing 5 kg, simply give 10-12 tablets as treats over the course of the day. The daily dose should not exceed 10% of the dry food intake. Recommended duration of feeding: Until the desired body weight has been reached.

For digestive problems, weight stabilisation and hairball prevention: For an adult cat weighing 5 kg, simply give 4 - 6 tablets as treats over the course of the day. Your cat’s primary food can be supplemented with FeliFiber® on an ongoing basis to stabilise his weight.

What are the available package sizes?

Jar 70 g (approx. 140 tabs)
Jar 130 g (approx. 260 tabs)

What is the precise composition?

Lignocellulose; Carrot fibre; Apple fibre; Orange fibre; Poultry liver, dried; Poultry meat meal, Whey powder; Rye; malted; Brewers’ yeast, dried; psyllium husks, Egg, dried; Herring meal; Magnesium stearate; Soybean oil

FeliFiber®  Tabs

What are the active ingredients in FeliFiber®?


Dietary fibre

Dietary fibre is divided into soluble and insoluble fibre:

  • Insoluble fibres (e.g. cellulose, hemicellulose) do not contain any usable energy and thus reduce the energy density of the total ration when used as a supplement. They also have a solidifying influence on the contents of the dog’s intestines.
  • Soluble fibres (e.g. pectin, pentosans) are partially metabolised by intestinal bacteria and have a prebiotic effect on the intestinal flora.

By binding water, dietary fibre extends the transit time of the intestinal content and help to alleviate diarrhoea. A high rate of expansion also promotes satiation.


L-carnitine (Supplement: 10,000 mg/kg - corresponds to 60 mg L-carnitine per day when the recommended dose is given) ensures that high volumes of fatty acids in the metabolism are properly processed and the by-products (ketone bodies) can be quickly removed. L-carnitine promotes fat-burning, reduces fatty deposits in tissues and supports cardiac activity.



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