Col-O-Cat is used to increase your cat or kitten’s resistance to illness, support its immune system and promote gut function.More information
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Col-O-Cat contains high concentrations of antibodies (IgG) and various other components that have a positive effect on the health of your cat or kitten. Col-O-Cat is made from the best quality colostrum available, obtained within 12 hours of calving. Col-O-Cat is used to increase the resistance of your cat or kitten, to support its immune system and improve intestinal function.
Cats and kittens.
Protein 73%, of which IgG >35%, minerals 6%, fat 2.8%, water 2.5%, fibre 0%.
Instructions for use:
Feed your cat a half scoop (2.5 grams) morning and evening. Dissolve in water or milk and give as, or add to, a meal.
Kittens: Read the following information!
Dissolve 1 gram Rehydration Electrolyte Mix with 25 ml of boiled water. The water may not be warmer than 50°C. Prepared Rehydration Electrolyte Mix can be stored for up to 24 hours.
Kitten food: Mix 1 level teaspoon of Milcodog, Royal Canin or KMR with 2 level teaspoons of prepared Rehydration Electrolyte Mix.
Allow food prepared with Rehydration Electrolyte Mix to cool down to around 35 °C.
Mix 1 level teaspoon of Col-O-Cat with 5 level teaspoons of kitten food containing prepared Rehydration Electrolyte Mix.
Mix well and avoid lumps.
Regardless of the type of feed you give to your kittens or mother cat, NEVER heat it in a microwave. Bain-marie warming is an option. Please make sure that the fed product does not exceed 35°C. Leftovers can be given to the mother as an extra source of protein -> milk production.
You will find the dosage corresponding to kitten weight in the feeding schedule below.
Feeding schedule for kittens of 50 grams and over.
Body weight Frequency Quantity
50 grams Every 2 hours 1 cc
100 grams Every 2 hours 2 to 2 ½ cc
125 grams Every 2 hours 2 ½ to 3 cc
150 grams Every 2 hours 3 to 3 ½ cc
175 grams Every 2 hours 3 ½ to 4 cc
200 grams Every 2 to 3 hours 4 ½ to 5 cc
225 grams Every 2 to 3 hours 5 ½ to 7 cc
250 grams Every 2 to 3 hours 7 to 9 cc
275 grams Every 2 to 3 hours 9 to 10 ½ cc
300 grams Every 2 to 3 hours 11 to 12 ½ cc
Please note: a kitten’s tummy should feel soft. It may be full but should not be tight. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.
Do not heat or microwave.
50, 150 and 250 gram pots.