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Jambi has arrived

Jambi_wild

Savannah Super Cat
#14
Ah the joys of getting the new baby settled in! What did his breeder feed him?
Taste of the wild hard food, and a Friskies fishy can food, (which I cringed buying a can of that junk, but he ate it)

I went out and got some raw goat milk which he enjoys, good protein source for a stubborn kitten. he had a fresh egg yolk for breakfast.
Today I picked up some frozen raw chicken and tuna cat food blend, really good ingredients and added vitamins, let's see if a little will make his dry food more tempting
 

Rafiki

Site Supporter
#15
I agree with the cringe-assessment of the breeder's diet but just go slow with the transition so that you don't upset his tummy.
 

Jambi_wild

Savannah Super Cat
#16
I agree with the cringe-assessment of the breeder's diet but just go slow with the transition so that you don't upset his tummy.
Oh I am, but he isn't even really excited about eating that although he has eaten some. I think it just has to do with his stuffy nose. I am trying a little baby saline solution and saline wipes to clean out the gunk. the lysine is on the way too. I hate putting babies on antibiotics but if I don't see improvement soon it's to the vet we go.
 

Jacob Steel

Savannah Super Cat
#18
I recently started putting my kitties on immune system boosters. It's not antibiotics, wasn't too expensive either it's just to protect them from getting a cold. I give them 1 pump in the morning with breakfast each and 1 pump (15ml) in the night time before bed. The vet actually gave it to me, one of them sneezed a few times and I saw a bit of winking in one eye, was worried he might be catching a cold. All the symptoms cleared up the next day, now im just doing it to help them out :)

If your interested I can find you the label on the bottle. Hope his stuffy nose clears up quickly :D