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Last Post by Monkeybun at 10/09/2012 9:49 AM (6 Replies)
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User is Offline SirThumpsey
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10/08/2012 7:57 AM

Our kitten toodles has very bad gas right now and I was wondering if anyone knew if you could give the baby gas stuff to cats? She's about 14 weeks now...

It is very stinky and she keeps sticking her dang butt in my face! 

 Do you think if I used it for Toodles that it might rub off and get on my bun "Sir Thumps A lot" aka "Lil' Bud?  They have become fast friends.  Or do you think I should use the bunny safe stuff on both just in case?  

 

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User is Offline Stickerbunny
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10/08/2012 9:17 AM
Simethicone infant is safe for both, so I would just use that.

User is Offline SirThumpsey
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10/08/2012 9:28 AM
Good to know! Thanks StickerBunny!

User is Offline LittlePuffyTail
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10/09/2012 2:32 AM
I've never used it but when my youngest cat was a kitten she could certainly have used some anti-gas help! Those silent kitten farts are deadly!!!! Maybe it's something in kitten food that makes them so stinky.
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User is Offline Malp_15
British Columbia, Canada
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10/09/2012 8:20 AM
I think it's just because kitten food is so rich in nutrients, to help them grow. Whenever I foster a mother with a litter of kittens, the mom has the same horrible smelling poop when she's eating the kitten food, but as soon as she's on adult again the smell is gone.

User is Offline SirThumpsey
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10/09/2012 9:27 AM
She also steals our table food so that probably doesn't help....

User is Offline Monkeybun
Hillsboro, Oregon
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10/09/2012 9:49 AM
yeah, keep the people food away from the kitty until she grows out of the stinkiness.
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