Wild CatGRO

Producer Objectives

  • For artificially Rearing Newborn Cougar, Lion, Tiger and Cheetah Cubs.
  • Supplement Feeding of Large Litters

Mixing Directions

  1. Measure 250-300g of powder per litre of solution. (A scale provides a best precision)
  2. Mix with 0.5 litre hot water (60°C) for 3 minutes using a good whisk or a paint mixer
  3. Add 0.25 litre cold water and mix for 1 minute (Total 1 litre)
  4. Feed The milk solution at a temperature of 38-40°C (thermometer provides best results)

Solids Content Recommendations

Cat
Percentage
Cougar cubs
30% and up to 35% (350g/l)
Lion cubs
25%-30%
Tiger cubs
25-30%
Cheetah cubs
25%

Colostrum

If at all possible newborns should receive colostrum (first mother’s milk) in the first 24 hours. This will provide antibodies necessary to provide protection against future infections.

General recommendations

  • Always boil water before reconstituting the Wild CatGro. Allow cooling time
  • Reconstituted Wild CatGro should be fed at 38-39°C (body temperature). Use a thermometer
  • Do not microwave. Warm bottle in a hot water bath
  • Clean ALL feeding utensils and equipment after each feeding: rinse in lukewarm water, wash with a detergent in hot (80°C) water, rinse with clean water (ideally a weak bleach solution) and dry thoroughly with a ‘clean’ towel
  • Reconstituted Wild CatGro may be refrigerated up to 24 hours
  • Discard any unused portion after 24 hours
  • Observe stool consistency to monitor concentration of milk being fed
  • If stools become too firm consult your veterinarian or nutritionist for advice
  • Monitor weight regularly to guarantee that they are consuming enough Wild Cat-Gro
  • If cats are not gaining enough weight consult your veterinarian
  • If cubs are crying excessively, they may not be getting enough to eat or they may be too cold
  • Cubs need assistance to help urinate and defecate for the first 2 weeks of life after each feeding. You need to assist by using a warm moist cotton ball and massaging the cub’s abdomen and anal area until they urinate and or defecate
  • You must be persistent, this is very important to the kittens well being
  • Consult your veterinarian for any signs of disease, fever, parasites, or irregulars
  • Fresh, clean water should be available at all times, starting at 3 weeks of age

NOTE: Store this product in a cool dry location, protected from the sun. To maintain freshness, keep partially used bag closed tightly after opening.

CAUTION: Directions for use must be carefully followed.

LIABILITY DISCLAIMER: Because individual results may vary due to management, environment, genetic, health and sanitation differences, Grober Inc. and its distributors do not warrant or guarantee individual results.