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GLOP ( KITTY PUDDING)


This pudding is rich in calcium and can be fed as a supplement for weaning kittens, lactating queens, or sick cats. It can also be used to put weight on show cats

Ingredients:

  • 0.35oz (10 grams) unflavored gelatin
  • 8.45oz (250ml) boiling water
  • 8.45 oz (250ml) evaporated milk (or goat’s milk)
  • 2 egg yolks (discard the whites)
  • 2 tablespoons high calorie mayonnaise
  • 2 tablespoons plain yogurt
  • 2 tablespoons corn syrup
  • 1 capsule acidophilus (or use acidophilus yogurt)
  • Cat vitamins

Preparation & Cooking

Dissolve gelatin in 8.45oz (250ml) boiling water and leave to cool. Add all remaining ingredients to cooled gelatin. Place the mixture in the refrigerator. The mixture will gel as it cools and can be scooped out as required. Warm the mixture slightly in the microwave before serving. Do not return heated mixture to the main supply.
Mixture can be kept in the refrigerator for seven days or frozen until needed

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Note: Many cats are lactose-intolerant, which means that they cannot digest cow's milk properly and they get diarrhea or gastric upset when they drink it. 

According to the ASPCA, "Unless they are spoiled or moldy, milk, cheese and other dairy foods are not considered to be poisonous to pets. However, many pets’ digestive systems cannot tolerate dairy foods very well. This can result in vomiting and diarrhea, which in severe cases could lead to inflammation of the pancreas. For this reason, it’s always a good idea to check with your veterinarian before offering any “people food” to your pets."

One alternative is using lactose-free milk in recipes, which you can find in pet stores.  Whiskas makes a product called CATMILK.

For further reference, see: ASPCA's Animal Poison Control Center, Section on "People foods for pets"