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As strange as it may sound, cats can drink green tea - yes. Not only is it OK, but cats can also benefit from the compounds in what's commonly called "one of the world's healthiest drinks". As long as it's caffeine-free and given in moderation, your kitty will be better for it....
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When brewed into a tea, dried chamomile can be safe for cats in small amounts. The tea can be given by mouth for an upset stomach or to calm your kitty's nerves.......
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Although generally not willing to drink it out of their own volition, cats will not normally have any problems drinking Gatorade. In fact, it can actually help cats overcome dehydration by providing the nutrients that their body craves at that moment....
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Cats that suffer from bouts of vomiting and diarrhea should of course be seen by a vet. However, they can be given a bit of Gatorade to help them replenish the nutrients and fluids that they are constantly losing....
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Yes, it is safe for cats to drink pedialyte to help with dehydration. Make sure to give in tablespoon amounts. Once per hour. No more than 3 times a day. You should see quick improvements and if not should speak with a vet....
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The answer could be YES, the lactose free milk can be used for cats. However, there are some notes to keep in mind. Big Urgent: Can Cats Drink Lactose Free Milk?......
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The answer to this question is surprisingly yes! Cats are actually able to re-hydrate through drinking sea or salt water.......
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Cats can and will drink cow milk if it is offered to them, but, much like ice cream, it’s not actually very healthy for them. If they drink too much milk, most adult cats will experience some level of indigestion which could develop into full-blown diarrhea....
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Seeing cats drink water can often be a rare occurrence, especially if the cat is eating wet food. Wet food has such a high water content that their desire to drink additional water may be decreased.......
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Cats can be finicky drinkers, but the amount one cat drinks compared to another can be highly variable. Seeing cats drink water can often be a rare occurrence, especially if the cat is eating wet food....
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Lactose-Free Milk – Both humans and cats can drink lactose-free milk without having the typical digestive upset. However, you do want to limit your cat’s intake because it doesn’t have many nutrients they use....
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Because the majority of adult cats are lactose intolerant, do not give your cat cow’s milk. You may give your cat organic, lactose-free "people" milk as well. However, start with a small dose, like a teaspoon, to make sure there are not any negative side effects first....
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Also, chemicals used to melt ice can be toxic to cats. These may be stored in your garage or tracked in by people or cars. Be sure to give your car’s engine a few good knocks before starting it in the morning....
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