Cats need dessert too!
Mix milk, yogurt, mayonnaise, and syrup together well. Bring 1 cup water to boil and mix in Knox gelatin. Set aside. Mix egg yolk with small amount of milk mixture and beat well. Add gelatin and water to milk mixture and beat well. Add in egg yolk mixture and beat well. Pour into Tupperware or like bowl (with cover) and set in refrigerator. Pudding will last for two weeks covered in refrigerator.
Very rich in calcium, this pudding can be used as a supplement for kittens, from birth on, sick cats, and show cats to put on weight. Several veterinarians have approved this recipe as being balanced and nutritious.
Source: My Vet
By Jodi from Aurora, CO
Sounds yummy! Thanks for the recipe. I might try it on my senior cat to try and fatten her up some. She's gotten so skinny, poor dear.
I used this recipe, for the kittens I have had over the years to try and raise when their mom had died or they had been abandoned. I didn't use the geletin, and I added a drop or two of baby vitamin drops per kitten.
No! Felines are lactose intolerant post-weaning... plus corn syrup? are you nuts? Cats do not handle carbs well, and they do NOT use it for fuel.
"Several veterinarians have approved this recipe as being balanced and nutritious. "
you are lying on that one. No vet would recommend carbs for a cat.
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