Why is fly control a Constant Problem? Jul 25 2014
Most flies reproduce in decaying organic matter and develop in 2-3 weeks. Fly control requires cleanliness and good sanitation. Keeping stools picked up and areas clean in combination with appropriate fly control products allows for successful fly management.
Recommended as a food source for orphaned or rejected kittens or those nursing, but needing supplemental feeding. Also recommended for growing kittens or adult cats that are stressed and require a source of highly digestible nutrients. This life saving formula closely matches queen's milk in protein and energy and also contains taurine. Available in ready-to-feed liquid, powder formula that is easy to mix with water and emergency 3/4 ounce pouch.
This product cannot be shipped internationally.
For very young (less than 7 days old) or severely malnourished kittens, mix 1 measure KMR with 2 measures of warm water.
For older kittens (7 to 10 days old with eyes open) mix 2 measures KMR with 3 measures of warm water.
All kittens should receive the mother's milk for at least 2 days, if possible. This colostrum milk gives extra nutrition and temporary immunity against some diseases.
Warm reconstituted KMR to room or body temperature.
Feed kittens 2 tablespoons per 4 ounces (115 g) of body weight daily. Small and/or weak kittens should be fed every 3 to 4 hours. Larger and/or older kittens can do well being fed every 8 hours. Divide the daily feeding amount into equal portions for each feeding. The amount required should be increased or decreased to meet the individual requirements for each kitten.
Weigh the kitten daily to assure that they are receiving adequate KMR.
Consult your veterinarian for advice.
Pregnant and lactating queens: Feed 2 teaspoons (4 g) KMR Powder per 5 lbs (2.2 kg) body weight daily until 2 weeks after queening.
Growing kittens, show cats, and/or convalescing cats: Feed 1 teaspoon (2 g) KMR Powder per 5 lbs (2.2 kg) body weight daily.