KittyMilk is a comprehensive nutritional supplement and milk replacer for cats & kittens. It matches queen’s milk in fat, carbohydrate, protein, vitamin and mineral content. KittyMilk is used as a food source for orphaned or rejected kittens, and also for those needing supplemental feeding, including pregnant and lactating queens and convalescing cats.
Each I 0g contains protein (min) 3,Sg, fat (min) 2,3g, ash (max) 0,7g, moisture (max) 0,Sg, carbohydrates 3,3g and not less than: arachidonic acid 20mg, vitamin A 200i.u., vitamin D I I i.u., vitamin E Si.u., vitamin BI 600mcg, vitamin B2 I 00mcg, nicotinamide 1,2mg, calcium pantothenate 750mcg, vitamin B6 600mcg, vitamin B 12 2mcg, folic acid Smcg, biotin I Smcg, choline 24mg, arginine 180mg, methionine 65mg, taurine 20mg, potassium 60mg, sodium 20mg, phosphorus 80mg, calcium I 00mg, magnesium 8mg, iron 0,8mg, copper Smcg, fluoride S0mcg, vitamin K I mcg, selenium I mcg, zinc I 0mg, manganese 75mcg, iodine 3,Smcg.
Ca/cium:Phosphorus ratio 1,25: I
Energy content per I Og: I 96kj
KittyMilk contains milk protein, animal and vegetable fats, egg yolk, maltodextrins, soya isolate, taurine, arginine, methionine, vitamins, trace elements and BHT (antioxidant).
Directions for use
The mixture should be freshly prepared using lukewarm water for each feeding in a Kyron Pet Nurser Kit. For ease of mixing, first make a paste using the required dose of KittyMilk powder and an equal amount of water. Then add the rest of the water while mixing well. Recommended dose: kittens should receive 2 measures of KittyMilk reconstituted as above, per 150g bodymass daily.
- For very young (less than 7 days old) or malnourished kittens: mix I heaped measure KittyMilk with 2 measures lukewarm water.
- For older kittens (7 days and older): mix 2 heaped measures KittyMilk with 3 measures lukewarm water.
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