Cat Milk

Cat Milk

Joined: January 8th, 2005, 2:57 pm

January 11th, 2008, 11:06 pm #1

Has anyone ever heard of this stuff?&nbsp; I found it in WD today.&nbsp; It says it's specially formulated for cats - anyone know if it's true?&nbsp; Little Orion sure likes milk but I know I'm not supposed to give it to her!<IMG id=prodImage height=250 alt="Whiskas CatMilk for Cats & Kittens (18 pack) (Eighteen 6.75-oz drink boxes)" src="http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/2 ... AA250_.jpg" width=250 border=0>
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Joined: August 7th, 2003, 3:59 pm

January 11th, 2008, 11:28 pm #2

Kidding. I've never heard of it. I'd think it's safe if they are selling it. My cat gets excited when I give her cold water. Maybe she thinks it's milk because it's from the frige. Funny thing too. She shakes her head when I set it down (like she knows if she drinks it too fast she will get a headache) but she goes right over and drinks!

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Joined: January 8th, 2005, 2:57 pm

January 11th, 2008, 11:31 pm #3




they make it all one word - I suppose so people don't think it's milk from cats.&nbsp; I'll let her have a bit tonight.
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Joined: August 8th, 2003, 11:59 pm

January 12th, 2008, 12:54 am #4

Has anyone ever heard of this stuff?&nbsp; I found it in WD today.&nbsp; It says it's specially formulated for cats - anyone know if it's true?&nbsp; Little Orion sure likes milk but I know I'm not supposed to give it to her!<IMG id=prodImage height=250 alt="Whiskas CatMilk for Cats & Kittens (18 pack) (Eighteen 6.75-oz drink boxes)" src="http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/2 ... AA250_.jpg" width=250 border=0>
A grand majority of cats are lactose intolerant and I guess this is a special formula that is made with that in mind. No reason for kitty to do without milk if modern science can make a lactose-free moo juice for them.





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Joined: March 17th, 2006, 6:30 pm

January 12th, 2008, 1:29 pm #5

Has anyone ever heard of this stuff?&nbsp; I found it in WD today.&nbsp; It says it's specially formulated for cats - anyone know if it's true?&nbsp; Little Orion sure likes milk but I know I'm not supposed to give it to her!<IMG id=prodImage height=250 alt="Whiskas CatMilk for Cats & Kittens (18 pack) (Eighteen 6.75-oz drink boxes)" src="http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/2 ... AA250_.jpg" width=250 border=0>
whats good for me is good for my pet. On the farm we always fed the kitties freshly squeezed milk. I feed my pets what I eat. I believe science does not always know what is best. My cooking is better than poison canned or dry food. And I dont believe in all the immunizations. Why are domestic animals lives getting shorter in lieu of longer??
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Joined: August 8th, 2003, 11:59 pm

January 12th, 2008, 9:52 pm #6

is fine for farm cats. They don't have diarrhea in their litter boxes when they're outside. You just don't see it. Bet they still had it.

Natural and fresh things are best in the long run for most, but there are always those who need certain "tampered" products or just do without.

My grandfather used to milk the cows with three squirts in the pail, one in the cat's mouth, and one in the dog's mouth. Country folks are different.




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Joined: August 8th, 2003, 3:57 am

January 13th, 2008, 12:41 am #7

whats good for me is good for my pet. On the farm we always fed the kitties freshly squeezed milk. I feed my pets what I eat. I believe science does not always know what is best. My cooking is better than poison canned or dry food. And I dont believe in all the immunizations. Why are domestic animals lives getting shorter in lieu of longer??
when I was a kid, we always had many many pets. Our dogs always ate table food and we didn't get them all those immunizations that pets get now. We were a family that took in strays, we had plenty of dogs and we couldn't afford the vet. We did have our pets spayed, but that was it. All of our dogs lived fat, long and happy lives. I don't think we ever had a dog die under 12 years old with the exception of one that dug out of the yard and got hit by a car.
So, I kinda see your point.
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Joined: July 31st, 2005, 6:22 pm

January 13th, 2008, 1:51 am #8

Our dogs and cats were fed "whatever" when I was a kid. Now, the critters we have cost a small fortune.
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Joined: August 13th, 2003, 3:09 am

January 13th, 2008, 4:47 am #9

Dachshunds seem to have a problem with their livers if overweight and being fed improper diets. I have personally had to bring two doxies to MSAH that had to go to doggie heaven. I never could convince the 'rents to stop feeding the dogs leftovers or "treats" from the table.

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Joined: March 17th, 2006, 6:30 pm

January 13th, 2008, 1:10 pm #10

do moniter that it is lean meat as possible. etx. He is not overweight nor is the cat.
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