This is expensive, but totally worth it for tiny kittens. I foster bottle feeders, and the transition to solid food is always an issue. With this food, you can make a gruel for syringe feeding if necessary, dilute with a little KMR and feed in a small bowl, or just let kittens start eating the Baby Cat out of a bowl when they're ready to make the transition.
Our kittens love this food and it was recommended by the breeder. Quite expensive though. We are supplementing with Purina Pro.
Lucy was an unexpected stray kitten that showed up at my house. Four weeks later, she’s a healthy girl that has grown like a weed. It’s hard to imagine life without her.
Wowow is this stuff expensive, and totally worth every penny. I'm a kitten foster and use this stuff exclusively for weaning and sick kittens. 100% recommend, and the kittens love it.
Great for immunity boost; this is my go to food for all sick and ailing cats/kittens; expensive but invaluable
I fostered kittens from the Humane Society. They suggested this food and the kittens loved it! They went absolutely crazy whenever it was time to eat. Highly recommend.
I foster rescue kittens and Royal Canin Mother and Baby-Cat is the best for the little ones. I mix in some warm chicken broth, which they love. The only issue is getting the product. The 1-3 day delivery time is usually up to 5-6 days. I order about every one to two weeks.
This canned food is the only kind my cat can tolerate. Hope they never change the formula and texture.
This food is absolutely perfect for tiny little kittens that need nutritional help. This is the second time I have used this product and I am so thankful and amazed how healthy the kittens get from eating it. Cannot stress enough how much I appreciate how fast Chewy gets orders delivered!
At 1st lick my Siberian Forest kitten loved this pate mousse eating a can and a half 3x daily and now tries to scratch up the mat his bowl of food sat on. It was as if he decided "I'm a big boy now and I don't want baby food". The way he would paw the rug around it like he was trying to bury it. At times he was gassy and I wondered if it was too rich or a reaction to chicken. Sometimes it was borderline diarrhea so it is a concern enough to bring him to the vet recently. A week ago he was neutered and his tastes have changed so maybe it is time to try another. He does enjoy the accompanying dry food and so does my senior cat. But Fang has always been an easy keeper and happily cleans the bowl of what Flavio won't finish so I am down to just 3 cans at most.