PetAg KMR Powder Milk Supplement for KittensBy PetAg
About This Item
- Provides a complete diet for kitties that have been orphaned or rejected as well as supplemental feeding for nursing and post-weaned kittens
- Can be given to stressed cats to deliver highly digestible nutrients
- Natural with vitamins, minerals and trace nutrients
- Closely matches the ratios of protein and energy they would naturally consume
- Provides a supplement for post-weaned kittens, show cats and seniors
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Animal Shelter Donation
This product is greatly appreciated during kitten season. Newborn kittens who've been orphaned are often found and taken to shelters who do their best to give these babies a healthy start.
My senior and baby kitty miny cook book.
They love there kitty milk. I am a happy kitty momma. They do fine with there milk. Think about this we humans like to drink different drinks. I give my cats different kitty drinks that is designed for them. Chicken broth. Kitty milk. And so on. Humans grade meat and water cooked and debone. With there kitty royal canin kibble and kitty vitamins. kitty blessings!
I bought this for a friend with Shelter Friends who takes care of kittens from ferals or deceased moms. This time it is a feral who had eight, yes, 8 babies. She was very untrusting when she first came in but now trusts my friend greatly. This purchase helped my friend keep the momma nourished as well as the babies when the 8 became too much for her at various times. They are now three and a half weeks, and all are doing well.
KMR for foster kittens
This order is for the animal shelter where I volunteer. It’s the start of our kitten season, so this product is in high demand.
I rescued some kittens back in September. There were four total, I have kept two and gave two away to the same home. My one little boy absolutely still loves a little glass of his milk. This stuff is fantastic. I did some research on it and it is fine to feed two adult cats, many people feed it to their show cats. I can definitely tell you the fur on my little boy is fabulous. This is a great little snack, although it does cause him a little bit of gas, it certainly makes him happy. I definitely recommend this product if you have rescued some kittens. It is much more cost-effective than the liquid brand. It is also much more preferred than the hearts or other brands. I found my kittens only wanted this brand.
"Life Saver" for New Kitten!
SO glad I discovered this powder kitten milk!.... at times my kitten craves it. She was always able to drink out of a bowl, and it's so easy to mix. The cans come with a measuring spoon. You just mix or whisk one spoon of powder with two spoons of warm water into a milk, in seconds. My kitten is 11 weeks old, and still loves it... am ordering another can now!
Much needed item
Limited supplies locally so hard to find. Purchased along with the nursing kit for our local Humane Society.
good but can be slumpy
I've used KMR for years when I had younger kittens. It works well and my kittens thrived with it. I did notice that the powder consistency tends to vary from can to can. Some cans always mix smoothly while others may clump or bind when mixing. I also wish the mixing directions were direct and not lost in a sea of text. Besides that, the product works well and my kittens love it.
Very good for kitten with problems.
I had one kitten out of 4 that was doing poorly. Not nursing on mom, underweight and lethargic. (But conscious) He nursed on the little pet bottle and perked up. However, he had other problems and was euthanized after having several seizures.
Kittens still love it
Initially the two kittens would not drink the KMR, preferring to nurse from mom. Once she weaned them they readily took to the milk substitute, as well as solid food (and try to eat meat, each other, and my toes). Since they seem to prefer the adult canned food over the kitten food I will continue to give them KMR until they are pretty much grown.