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Can cats drink evaporated milk?

I'm wondering if it's ok to feed my cat evaporated milk. They are drinking it regularly and sometimes I notice it in their breath. I don't think it would hurt her and it's very inexpensive.

Michele H

January 19, 2014

Answer:

Evaporated milk is not a safe food for cats. Although they can tolerate small quantities of dry products, it would not be a good idea to feed evaporated milk, because it is not very nutritious and is high in carbohydrates. Also, you should not be giving your cat this food if you have concerns about her ability to digest solid food. (1)

I think you should consult a vet about this, especially if your cat seems sick. This is important because the health of your cat is your responsibility and not something you should play around with.

Nancy C

January 23, 2014

Question:

I don't have my cats on a regular diet and I want to try evaporated milk. I don't have much experience with cats. Can I give them evaporated milk and still give them a regular diet?

Dana W

January 27, 2014

Answer:

Evaporated milk is not a safe food for cats. The mn ingredient in evaporated milk, lactose, is not easily digested by cats. Because it is low in protein and fat, it is difficult for cats to tolerate.

Tiffany N

January 27, 2014

Question:

I'm going to be traveling to a warm climate soon and I'm concerned about my cat's health. She's a 15 lb female cat and I don't know if the weather will be too hot or cold for her. Does anyone have any suggestions?

Irene F

January 29, 2014

Answer:

In my experience, you have to be careful when switching to a different type of food in winter months. You do not want your cat to have an upset tummy if she hasn't eaten in a while.

This would mean that it could be more difficult to feed this type of food to your cat. My recommendation would be to have a good old fashion kitty food avlable in your suitcase along with some food supplements.

I'd also suggest giving your cat a vitamin. In a good old fashion kitty food, they typically add vitamins and other nutrients that cats need. If you didn't bring along a cat food supplement, then it may be a good idea to give your cat some now.

Irene F

January 29, 2014

Question:

I'm going to be traveling to a warm climate soon and I'm concerned about my cat's health. She's a 15 lb female cat and I don't know if the weather will be too hot or cold for her. Does anyone have any suggestions?

Answer:

In my experience, you have to be careful when switching to a different type of food in winter months. You do not want your cat to have an upset tummy if she hasn't eaten in a while.

This would mean that it could be more difficult to feed this type of food to your cat. My recommendation would be to have a good old fashion kitty food avlable in your suitcase along with some food supplements.

I'd also suggest giving your cat a vitamin. In a good old fashion kitty food, they typically add vitamins and other nutrients that cats need. If you didn't bring along a cat food supplement, then it may be a good idea to give your cat some now.

Irene F

January 29, 2014

Question:

What do I need to bring with me for an older cat?

Answer:

I'd recommend bringing along a cat food supply as well as some of your cat's favorite treats.

If you haven't been taking this cat to the vet recently for vaccines, you should bring along the medicine so you will not have to rely on the hotel pharmacy to give the shots. This is because when a cat is not on a regular schedule with their vet, it becomes much more difficult to keep her healthy.

Finally, bring a favorite toy to give to your cat. She will enjoy this while you are away.

Irene F

January 29, 2014

Question:

What food should I bring with me when traveling with an older cat?

Answer:

We'd recommend that you bring a regular diet cat food supply along with some of your cat's favorite treats. It is better to get a special kitty food supply at the vet than it is to get it on your own. Most hotels will not stock special cat foods unless you ask for them specifically. Even if they do, they usually get the cheapest ones they can.

Irene F

January 30, 2014

Question:

What do I need to bring with me for an older cat?

Answer:

We'd recommend bringing along a cat food supply as well as some of your cat's favorite treats.

If you haven't been taking this cat to the vet recently for vaccines, you should bring along the medicine so you will not have to rely on the hotel pharmacy to give the shots. This is because when a cat is traveling they can become malnourished from the stress of travel.

You will want to make sure to take your cat's favorite toys, some sort of water dish, bowls, a blanket and her bed.

Irene F

January 30, 2014

Question:

What is the best way to travel with my cat?

Answer:

A travel crate is a great way to keep your cat safe in the vehicle.

Irene F

January 30, 2014

Question:

Can I go to a different area and my cat with?

Answer:

The best way to travel with your cat is to crate her. There are different types of travel crates that you can get. Your vet can help you choose the best one.

Irene F

January 30, 2014

Question:

How do I travel with my cat?

Answer:

The best way to travel with your cat is to crate her. There are different types of travel crates that you can get. Your vet can help you choose the best one.

Irene F

January 30, 2014

Question:

Can you travel with your cat if they are afrd of the car?

Answer:

Yes you can travel with your cat. Cats are creatures of habit. When you are used to going somewhere and getting there, it won't take long for them to get used to traveling.

Irene F

January 30, 2014

Question:

I took my cat for her shot. She is a very nervous cat and I took her to the vet to give her one. How will she be when I return home?

Answer:

It is very important to give your cat shots before they go on a trip with you. Cats are like small children when it comes to shots and they don't like them.