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clare01
post Jun 23 2017, 04:33 PM
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QUOTE(chubbyqq @ Jun 23 2017, 03:55 PM)
Greetings!

So I have a bunch of kittens around my house with their mum. I would like to offer them food/drinks but I see that milk will make them fat. Anyone can recommend something for them? I feel bad seeing them always finding food in the garbage room.
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Previously I feed the stray cats around my house area with dry kibble,they are more long lasting and not easily spoil if left there.
You can try Blackwood cat food, I think it is more nutritious and lower cost if compared to other cat food in the same range.

One thing to note is how old are the kittens?? If they are not big enough you might want to give them milk first. Not the usual cow milk of cause, you have to use goat milk. For convenience sake, you can feed both kittens and mother with Royal Canin Mother and Baby Cat food but it is a bit pricey. You can mix with water to ease the kitten transition.

Hope it helps smile.gif and thanks for doing this.


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post Jun 23 2017, 04:43 PM
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QUOTE(myteam94 @ May 26 2017, 09:40 PM)
Nearest cat shelter in KL/selangor is where except SPCA?
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There are quite some shelters here. big one like SPCA, Paws and smaller individual/group run shelter that u can search using facebook
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post Jun 23 2017, 04:59 PM
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QUOTE(clare01 @ Jun 23 2017, 04:33 PM)
Previously I feed the stray cats around my house area with dry kibble,they are more long lasting and not easily spoil if left there.
You can try Blackwood cat food, I think it is more nutritious and lower cost if compared to other cat food in the same range.

One thing to note is how old are the kittens?? If they are not big enough you might want to give them milk first. Not the usual cow milk of cause, you have to use goat milk. For convenience sake, you can feed both kittens and mother with Royal Canin Mother and Baby Cat food but it is a bit pricey. You can mix with water to ease the kitten transition.

Hope it helps smile.gif and thanks for doing this.
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Most of the kittens are just palm size, the damn parents keep humping each other and the kitten size is increasing in alarming rate.

Where can I get goat milk? From supermarkets like AEON, TESCO possible? I will check out the brands you mention. Thanks for recommending!

I want to take care of them in my house but my family wouldn't like it. I can take care of it out of the house. I am willing to expand more than RM100 per month.
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post Jun 24 2017, 03:03 AM
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QUOTE(chubbyqq @ Jun 23 2017, 04:59 PM)
Most of the kittens are just palm size, the damn parents keep humping each other and the kitten size is increasing in alarming rate.
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Get. Them. Spayed/Neutered.
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post Jun 24 2017, 01:54 PM
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QUOTE(spunkberry @ Jun 24 2017, 03:03 AM)
Get. Them. Spayed/Neutered.
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They always hide in small corners like drain, very difficult to get them
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post Jun 24 2017, 10:16 PM
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QUOTE(chubbyqq @ Jun 24 2017, 01:54 PM)
They always hide in small corners like drain, very difficult to get them
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LOL, Spunk means the parents lah, need to be 1 year or older for kitten.
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post Jun 25 2017, 05:40 PM
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spayin or neutering doesnt need to wait til 1yo :]
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post Jun 27 2017, 07:17 PM
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hi guys. Wanted to ask if its normal to send cats for a good wash at the vets or some pet shop. I do wash my cats myself but I just picked up a very fluffy cat that doesnt seem clean even after I wash it. It had some kind of skin condition where fur would not grow on major parts of its body. Now it is fully covered in fur, but no matter how many times I wash it, it doesnt seem to smell good and always have these small white stuff like dandruff on its fur.

Been thinking of sending my cat for a medicated wash at petsmore.

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post Yesterday, 12:34 AM
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QUOTE(noonies_naruto @ Jun 27 2017, 07:17 PM)
hi guys. Wanted to ask if its normal to send cats for a good wash at the vets or some pet shop. I do wash my cats myself but I just picked up a very fluffy cat that doesnt seem clean even after I wash it. It had some kind of skin condition where fur would not grow on major parts of its body. Now it is fully covered in fur, but no matter how many times I wash it, it doesnt seem to smell good and always have these small white stuff like dandruff on its fur.

Been thinking of sending my cat for a medicated wash at petsmore.
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Why are you washing your cat so often? Cats clean themselves, and if you keep them indoors, one bath is good enough. Overbathing is going to cause dry skin, which sounds like it's already happening.
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Yeah, I think that is the case too.

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I believe you can stress your cat if you give them bath too often. Get advice from your vets in case your cat have skin infection. Can you elaborate more on the "doesn't smell good"? Do you want your cat smell like Chanel No. 5?
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