Royal Canin Babycat Milk 300g

RRP: £12.49

You save: £4.12 (33%)


This is a specialist veterinary product. We will ask you a simple set of questions to confirm that you are buying the correct medicine for your pet and know how to use it safely

Warning: By law we cannot sell this product to anyone under 18, by placing an order with us you are confirming that you are over the age of 18.

Order by 3pm for Express Courier Delivery  Some of the items we sell are a bit too bulky to fit on our delivery vans so we offer our customers Next Day Delivery via courier. Deliveries are made from 8am - 8pm Monday to Saturday and 9am - 5pm on Sundays. Your delivery slot will only be confirmed once your order has been placed.

Royal Canin Babycat Milk is a complete milk replacer feed for kittens from birth to weaning (0-2 months).

Formulated for kittens between 0-2 months, Baby Cat Milk has been developed to assist in the feeding of kittens that are unable to feed from their mother. Baby Cat Milk contains DHA, which is a vital content of a mother's natural milk during this young age to allow healthy growth. With a high level of protein, Baby Cat Milk will help your kitten to develop and grown safely during this very important period.

The milk powder is very easy to prepare and is instantly soluble.

A low lactose level and extremely high quality dairy proteins means that the digestive system is optimised for your growing kitten, reducing the risks of digestive problems which can cause nutritional sufficiencies.

Milk Protein helps to strengthen bones, teeth and muscles
Oils and fats help skin to stay healthy and coat shiny
Taurine promotes a healthy immune system
Vitamins for healthy development
This sensible blend of ingredients will help your kitten grown into a healthy young cat.

Key Benefits

Suitable for: Kittens (0-2 months)


milk proteins, animal fats, whey protein, soya oil, copra oil, fish oil (source of DHA), minerals, fructo-oligo-saccharides.

Feeding Guide

For further information on this product and daily feeding guidelines please consult a veterinary surgeon.