Shelma products are premium grain-free feeds with a high content of animal proteins. Shelma kibbles are full of fresh salmon, beef, chicken and turkey, and you can diversify your cat's diet with delicious fillets in pouches. Superfoods such as spirulina, sea buckhorn, cranberries and herbs are added to all products to support the immune system. All without added sugar, artificial flavourings, preservatives and colourants.
Restore your cat´s nature.
A purrrfect combination
Delight your cat every mealtime with a clever combination of premium kibble and nourishing wet food. Daily pouches ensure the right supply of nutrients and fluids to keep your cat purring with bliss all day, every day!
High in animal protein
For sterilised cats rich in fresh salmon
Steamed fillets rich in beef with tomato and herbs in sauce
For sterilised cats rich in fresh beef
Steamed fillets rich in chicken with tomato and herbs in sauce
For adult cats rich in fresh chicken
Steamed fillets rich in duck with cranberry in sauce
For kittens rich in fresh turkey
Steamed fillets rich in turkey with buckthorn in sauce
Steamed fillets with salmon and spirulina in sauce
Steamed fillets with cod and spirulina in sauce
Cat after neutering. Do you know how to adjust its diet?
Neutering is a fundamental change in the life of every female and male cat. For whatever the reason, it is the right option in any case, which will also be confirmed by a number of leading experts and cat psychologists in our country.
Catswort, valerian and “cat grass” for the well-being and health of your cat
Cat grass is a term known to the overwhelming majority of cat owners. These are specially grown plants that have beneficial effects on our feline pets. They have the capacity to calm and relax them, have a positive effect on their state of mind as well as on their digestive tract, and even on their overall immunity.
Cat in the garden! Do you know how to secure your garden, as well as your pet cat?
With the summer and warm days approaching, we are moving to gardens and cottages together with our cats. We should be particularly careful in the case of a kitten or a cat that is visiting our garden and the outdoor areas of our house or cottage for the very first time.