My mom lost her cat abt week after Baby died. sigh, now she has another cat who s # are high, but in the past he s had kidney infection? So my question is whatMessage 1 of 2 , Jun 1, 2008View SourceMy mom lost her cat abt week after Baby died. sigh,
now she has another cat who's # are high, but in the past
he's had kidney infection?
So my question is what kinda of treat can my mom give her
cat that is low in protein? He was really liking baby food,
but the vet told her to give him less to high. he was meowing
for it. I brought over some treat I got for Baby, which him
nor my cat's nor the strays liked. LOL my mom's cat licked it
but that was it, which was good, cause it too was high in protein
but didn't say how many pc. The dogs like the treat. LOL
hi Vickie, It depends on if this is for what you re going to feed him as regular meals or just once and a while treats. Turkey and chicken baby food are lowerMessage 2 of 2 , Jun 1, 2008View Sourcehi Vickie,
It depends on if this is for what you're going to feed him as
regular meals or just once and a while treats. Turkey and chicken
baby food are lower in protein than beef or lamb. Any meat based
treat is going to be most likely high in protein. I don't think it's
that bad if it's just a treat and not a stead diet to give baby
food. A lot of folks on the CRF groups I'm on give it often when the
kitties won't eat their regular food.
You could either boil up or bake some skinless turkey or chicken
breast for a treat.
Here's a link to a site that has protein and phosphorus contents of
various foods. http://webpages.charter.net/katkarma/canfood.htm
Here are links to the 3 CRF groups that I know of. You might join
and ask them too. The first two are smaller groups, the third is a
very large group.
Hope this helps.
Carol and Snowball and the gang