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KMR Milk replacements for kittens
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Tina P.
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Rating: 5

My bottle fed baby loved it and still does to this day!

posted 5 years ago

I had to buy this when the Milk Replacement from Hartz I'd been purchasing at Wal-Mart was out of stock so I went to PetSmart. Well, it's twice the price of what they have but my baby kitten loves it! She really doesn't need it anymore because her weight has caught up and she has a very healthy appetite. As a matter of fact, I find she's kind of feral when it comes to eating because she eats anything and everything so I keep a very close eye on her that she doesn't get too overweight.

I found this milk to do what I couldn't do for her. She has double her weight in only 4 to 5 weeks of having her and she plays very hard and long.

I feel that without this milk she wouldn't be nearly as healthy as she is today!

Thank you KMR for such a wonderful product! My baby loves it and my big cats do too but it's not needed for them since they're already overweight!

Pros: Convenient packaging, comes with a measuring scoop, & my baby loves it!

Cons: A little costly at around $20 when others cost about $10

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Aaron/Gail S.
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Rating: 5

Convenient stuff, comes in dry and canned

posted 5 years ago

I have fostered quite a few litters of kittens. So I can tell you that KMR comes in two forms a dry powder that you add water to and a liquid that comes in a can. The powder after opening lasts for a month. So if you are feeding someone for a while this works out better. Of course it requires more effort to reconstitute this. For some reason the powder versus the liquid seems to be easier on a kittens stomach and tolerated better. The powder is more economical if you are going to be feeding someone for a while. But it is more convenient if you are just feeding someone for a couple days just to buy a can/liquid and use it. Don't forget to refrigerate the open can after using. The formula then needs to be heated to room temperature, just the amount you are going to use before feeding.

Pros: unopen cans are easy to store and last a long time

Cons: after opening the cans/liquid only last a few days creating waste

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kathy s.
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Rating: 5

Almost mommies milk

posted 6 years ago

this is a great natural tasting replacement milk
for kittens many people i know plus myself in the past have used this too nurse new born kittens that could not feed off of their mothers for one reason or another

Pros: several

Cons: unknown

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Helena P.
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Rating: 5

Almost as good as "mom"

posted 5 years ago

I work at a shelter and have bottle fed many kittens. None have seemed to know the difference between the KMR and mother's milk. It's well tolerated on their digestive system & they grow & develop well from it. I've seen many kittens thrive & go on to being healthy adoptable pets thanks to this milk. In fact, one kitty is still with me at home. She stole my heart & neither of us ever looked back, lol. Her name is Solo. She got her name because she was found abandoned all by her lonesome at about 10 days old. She is now 8 months old. I can honestly say we owe this due to the KMR (and of course some tender loving care). I highly recommend this product.

Pros: Comes in powder or ready to feed

Cons: none

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Jodie H.
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Rating: 5

KMR Milk Replacements-Baby Emmit loved it!

posted 5 years ago

Hubby rescued Emmit when he was about 3 weeks old and I had never had a cat that young. I was able to find KMR easily at WalMart late one night and began bottle feeding him. I didn't know at the time how young he was so I found it helpful that a nutritious milk was available for kittens.
He never refused his bottle and it helped to transition him and us to soft food and then kibble. I bought a can of the ready mixed liquid, while still good, I didn't get it into him fast enough to not have it in the fridge longer than a day after opening. I felt better being able to measure and mix the right amount each time an not having to store any of it.

Pros: The powder version was easy to make and portion out so less waste

Cons: Can't think of any

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