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Felix Milk for cats (200ml) 20p at Asda

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6y, 8m agoFound 6 years, 8 months ago
Spotted in Asda today the pots of Felix milk for cats (200ml) down from 64p to 20p per pot. Standard yellow shelf label, so don't know if it will be in all stores but worth checking if you buy this product.
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#1
I milk my own cat! ...not easy.
#2
try to get human milk for this price ! lol (maybe that needs a rephrase).
#3
I'll stick to cow's milk for now, but thanks.
#4
Milk made for cats, my god.

What has this world come to.
#5
MR GUS
I milk my own cat! ...not easy.


:-D:-D:-D
#6
Can anyone confirm what this tastes like in the tea? Might be worth stocking up in case I have any visitors round.
#7
sinjin_smythe
Can anyone confirm what this tastes like in the tea? Might be worth stocking up in case I have any visitors round.

it will be purrrrfect :)
banned#8
I was told by a vet that dairy products give cats diarrhoea >_>
banned#9
Flux101
I'll stick to cow's milk for now, but thanks.


ll Deano ll
Milk made for cats, my god.

What has this world come to.


Fuzzyness
I was told by a vet that dairy products give cats diarrhoea >_>


While milk might seem like a natural choice for your cat, the truth is that cow’s milk offers no nutritional value for cats, and it can cause digestive problems in many. The reason is that most cats develop intolerance to lactose shortly after they are weaned. This means that they are unable to digest the sugars that occur naturally in milk. This causes problems that include diarrhea and other unpleasant digestive problems.

Some people think that cats need to have milk in order to get all the necessary nutrients. This is not true. In fact, cow’s milk does nothing to meet a cat’s nutritional needs. If a cat was fed only milk, it would not be able to survive. Feral cats provide proof that cats do not need milk to be healthy, as wild cats do not usually have the opportunity to drink cow’s milk.

As long as your cat is eating a high quality food, and has access to clean fresh water, she is getting all that she needs. Milk alone is not a sufficient diet for any cat, and should never be given in place of food OR in place of water. Replacing a cat’s food or water with milk can cause your cat to become malnourished.

Many cats do seem to enjoy milk, and this causes a dilemma for many cat owners who love to give their cat treats that they enjoy. While most cats are lactose intolerant, some are not. For these cats, milk as an occasional treat is fine. The only way to know how your cat will react to milk is to feed her some. If she does not develop diarrhea then it is safe to assume that she is not lactose intolerant, and you can continue to give her the treat she loves. Again, milk should never be given in place of food, but as a treat.


http://www.buzzle.com/articles/should-cats-drink-milk.html
#10


I don't even have a cat so that means naff all to me.

When I did have a cat, it always had water.

Milk can't be that bad for cats, never heard of a cat dying through years of drinking milk ffs.

Getting as bad as humans, can't eat this, can't eat that. We're all surposed to lead a boring life eating crap we hate the taste of, for what?
#11
Fuzzyness
I was told by a vet that dairy products give cats diarrhoea >_>


cow's milk certainly can, it's the lactose intolerance that cats have. Felix milk for cats is specially formulated for cats with a lactose reduced formula so it doesn't cause the problem. The other milk that you can give to cats without causing problems is the lactose reduced Lactofree sold in most supermarkets for humans with a lactose intolerance (although they are only sold in litre containers so it's rather a lot to use up!)
#12
Fuzzyness
I was told by a vet that dairy products give cats diarrhoea >_>


How much did he charge you for the advice?
#13
ll Deano ll


Milk can't be that bad for cats, never heard of a cat dying through years of drinking milk ffs.


now you do. mine.
cow milk, not cat milk.

it was either that or being poisoned by the two guys in nazi uniforms that were spotted and reported to the newspapers...

:cry:

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