Q: Is yogurt good for cats?
I hear people argue that it is good for cats with sensitive stomachs, but I also hear that it is a dairy product and not good for cats.
Sep 13, 2009
Whenever you are unsure about a certain food, do NOT feed it to your sweetie -- better safe than sorry -- some foods that might seem ok to us can be fatal to animals -- you need to search some websites on lists of foods that are not safe. Have you checked out this site, for instance? Another site you can try is ANIMALATTRACTION.COM -- make sure you get expert advice along with advice from non-professionals -- pay attention to the advice of professionals. Another site is THE ANIMAL RESCUE SITE -- they may have some professional advice also.
Once again, feed your kitties food that is produced by a high quality brand -- they know exactly the nourishment your sweetie needs along with being tasty, which your sweetie will appreciate.
By the way, the above websites i mentioned -- every time you log on, food is donated to feed animals who have not yet been permanently adopted -- so, register with them -- it's really quick, easy and free -- and with a quick click, you not only get help for yourself and your sweetie, you are also helping many other animals -- isn't that just fabulous and wonderful! Good luck to both of you!
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Sep 14, 2009
Unflavored, organic yogurt is OK for cats, but many cats get diarrhea if eating too much dairy. My cats would rather eat my flavored Yoplait than the more tart, unflavored yogurt. Hard cheese also has the beneficial bacteria to aid in digestion. Anything given to an animal not under a vets direction should be done in moderation. I was told not more than a tablespoon of unflavored yogurt a day.
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