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Newborn Support

Newborn Support

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Ensure your Missy has a healthy litter. Colostrum is the very first food of life, it protects and rejuvenates.

R 184 R 194

A nutritional supplement and milk replacement for the orphan or rejected kitten. It’s also being used as a nutritional supplement for all cats, especially for those recovering from an illness, pregnancy or who are lactating.

R 170 R 179

The Kyron Pet Nurser Kit is perfect for feeding those little orphaned kittens and puppies.

1 Unit
R 70 R 74

In case your newborn or very young kitten is in need of a milk replacement, nothing could be closer to natural cat’s milk than Royal Canin Babycat milk. It could happen that Mother Cat refuses to nurse, or that she fails to provide sufficient milk due to the high demands of a large litter. Babycat milk will give you complete peace of mind – it provides...

300g
R 208 R 219

What’s good for the goslings is good for the goose? In this case, what’s good for the kitten is good for the cat. First age kittens between 1 and 4 months old wean from their mother’s breast and nothing better to start them on than Feline Mother & Babycat 34. Gestating and lactating cats will also find this food highly nutritional and satisfying when...

R 351 R 369
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Newborn Support

Arriving home with a fluffy new kitten comes with so much excitement however your new kitten requires some support to help her get on her feet and on the right track to growing up healthy and happy.

Depending on the age of your kitten and if the mommy cat is in the picture or not, your cat is likely to require some milk supplements. Feeding your cat some kitty milk gives the nutrition and supplements that any newborn needs to grow and build up healthy defences.

Kittens have tiny little mouths so feeding the milk to your kitten is not likely to be an easy task without a little bottle. Shop our cat milk bottles to help you get your cat’s milk into the body without making a big mess and having lots of spilt milk to cry over.

As your kitten starts to get introduced to solid foods, kitten starter mousse is definitely the food to start with. From there you should switch your kitten over to a high-quality dry kitten kibble.