Re: Special home food

bonnie kalmbach ( bjkalmba@facstaff.wisc.edu )
Mon, 15 Feb 1999 21:16:52 -0600

Cesar,
I force-feed my kitty Katyushka with Iams Eukanuba
Recovery Diet canned food and put Missing Link in it.
The latter has lots of vitamins, and other good stuff to help
immune systems. I hope you can get it in Spain. The Eukanuba
is intended for cats and dogs recovering from surgery. Another
brand that does the same thing is A/D, made by Hills, I
think. The eukanuba and A/D are available only from vets.
Maybe your vet could recommend an equivalent.

Bonnie
I don't really "force" feed her. I just give her a squirt
every now and then - when she's "recovered" from
the previous dose. She doesn't seem to mind too
much except when I'm opening her mouth.

At 01:11 PM 2/15/99 -0800, you wrote:
>Hi, all
>
>Blas, one of my FIP+ cats, is very anemic and he's losing weight day by
>day. He already doesn't want to eat. :((
>I have sought for Pet-Tinic at pet-food stores an farmacies but they
>haven't got it. I'm trying to found some information of special food
>at mailing list archives but it's very difficult because the 'searcher'
>doesn't work.
>Are there any very nourishing and inmmunologic stimulator 'homespun
>shake' that could be supplied into his mouth with a syringe?. Thank you
>very much.
>
> Greetings
> Cesar
>
>
>
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