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KittyStim Kitten Probiotic & Colostrum 15ml

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KittyStim is a pro-biotic and colostrum rich nutritional supplement for kittens.


The manufacturer has updated the packaging. Be assured it is the same great product inside with a slightly new look.

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Product Details

Kittystim is a complimentry feed to stimulate small, underfed, melnourished and weak underweight newborn kittens. KittyStim is a pro-biotic and colostrum rich nutritional supplement, also containing vitamins, mineral iron and plant extracts of guarana and kola. Administer 1ml as soon as possible after birth and repeat after 5 hours, repeat this process on the 2nd day. If your kitten is not thriving after 2-3 days change the dose to 2ml repeating for 2-3 days.

It is available in a 15ml syringe of oral paste.

Caution. Some customers have reported great difficulty with using this product. The syringe tends to stick, then suddenly release on pressure and squirt a large amount of liquid into the back of the mouth which can then be inhaled with disastrous results. It is vital that gradual and slow administration into the mouth is achieved and so this should be practiced before placing the syringe into the mouth. Your vet or vet nurse might be able to advise on different techniques for using a syringe of this type. If in doubt, the product can be given from a small spoon.

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What our vet says

What our vet says
"KittyStim is used to help small, weak kittens who are failing to thrive. It's packed with probiotics and colostrum and provides a source of energy for orphaned or abandoned kittens, or a kitten who isn't feeding as well as the rest of the litter. This is good to have to hand before birth, just in case."
John Campbell - Head Veterinary Surgeon (BVM&S BSc MRCVS)
John Campbell Head Veterinary Surgeon And
Co-Founder (BVM&S BSc MRCVS)