Royal Canin Milk Formula - Babycat Milk and Bottles
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Complete milk replacer for kittens from birth to weaning.
For steady, harmonious growth, the composition of Babycat Milk is as close as possible to queen's milk, with high energy and protein levels.
Babycat milk contains carefully selected ultra-digestible proteins, and has a lactose content very close to that of maternal milk. It is particularly suitable for the kitten's digestive system, because it does not contain starch. Finally, the addition of Fructo-Oligo-Saccharides (FOS) helps maintain a healthy balance of digestive flora.
Thanks to its exclusive formula, Babycat milk dissolves instantly and completely, with no sediment, creating a totally homogenous formula.
The kitten's nervous system continues to develop after birth. DHA naturally present in maternal milk helps develop cognitive function, and so Babycat milk is enriched with DHA.
Composition: Milk retentate, milk fat, refined palm oil (from sustainable sources), whey protein, refined soya oil, refined coprah oil, minerals, fructo-oligo-saccharides (0.5%), fish oil (source of DHA), fungi oil (source of arachidonic acid).
Additives (per kg): Nutritional additives: Vitamin A: 25000 IU, Vitamin D3: 1500 IU, 3b103 (Iron): 100 mg, 3b201 (Iodine): 4 mg, 3b405 (Copper): 15 mg, 3b503 (Manganese): 80 mg, 3b605 (Zinc): 190 mg, 3b810 (Selenium): 0.43 mg, Taurine: 2.2 g - Antioxidants.
Analytical constituents: Protein: 33% - Fat content: 39% - Crude ash: 6% - DHA: 1.0 g/kg.
Mix 10 ml of the milk powder with 20 ml of low-mineral content bottled water at about 70°C, and serve lukewarm according to the instructions on the enclosed product data sheet.
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Definitely a superior kitten milk product, will recommend to anyone with baby kittens
I don't know much about caring for very small kittens. For a short period I looked after 4 kittens and their mom. 2 where very skinny and I was worried so I bought kitten milk. They were 6 weeks old at the time, and since they had their mom, weren't overly enthusiastic about drinking from a bottle for the first time. I poured the milk into a saucer for them, and they all drank from it. Soon their after, I took the skinny kittens to the vet and it turned out they had a parasite in their tummies which is why they were so skinny. They got med and the vet said that giving kitten milk to 6 week old kittens is a bad idea, I aught to be supporting the weaning process and encouraging solids. I ended up donating the milk to the rescue where the kittens originally came from.
Absolutely satisfied. The kittens are thriving and pick up weight.