Milk Replacer

  • $16
  • Liquid
  • 12 fl. oz.

Tailspring milk replacer provides the right nutrition for kittens from birth to weaning, using clean ingredients and delicious goat milk.

Shake well!

Warm ready-to-feed formula to body temperature as needed for each feeding

For regular kittens: Feed 1 tsp. per 4 oz. of body weight every 3-4 hours.

For weak kittens: Mix 1 tsp. of formula with an additional tsp. of water first. Feed ½ tsp. - 1 tsp. of mixture per 4 oz. of body weight every 2 hours or as needed. Gradually reduce additional water over several days.

As kittens grow, gradually increase the amount fed daily per body weight, while decreasing the number of feeding until averaging 2-3 feedings per day.

Continue to feed milk replacer until kitten is completely weaned onto solid food.

Whole goat milk, dried goat milk protein, safflower oil, l-arginine, dl-methionine, calcium lactate, choline chloride, sunflower lecithin, taurine, magnesium sulfate, gum arabic, ferrous sulfate, vitamin D supplement, vitamin A, supplement, vitamin E supplement, copper sulfate, potassium iodide

Crude Protein.....8.5%

Crude Fat (min)....5.0%

Crude Fiber (max)....0.1%

Moisture (max)....81%

The calorie content (ME) is 878 kcal/kg or 13 kcal/Tbsp.

Store unopened product in a cool, dry place. Once opened, pour into a container with a tight lid and store refrigerated for up to 72 hours.

Scientifically formulated to closely match mother’s milk in nutrition and calories

Provides the necessary vitamins, minerals and nutrients for development and growth, with only clean, minimal ingredients used

Easy to digest with goat milk as the primary ingredient

Clean, minimal, 100% human grade ingredients

Goat Milk Benefits

Easy to Digest

Easy to Digest

Sometimes called the “universal mother’s milk” goat milk has a fat and protein structure that form smaller curds in the stomach and provides rapid energy absorption.

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Delicious Taste

Delicious Taste

Many humans prefer the taste of goat milk to cow milk. The unique and fresh taste is also appealing to pets and makes even picky eaters gobble up their food.



Goat milk is naturally high in calcium, potassium, magnesium and Vitamin A, and is also lower in lactose than cow milk.

Protein Structure

Protein Structure

Studies have shown that goat milk is low in Alpha S1 casein and primarily contains Alpha S2 casein, which makes it enjoyable for many pets.