Kitten Glop

1 lg. can evaporated milk (not Milnot)
2 tbsp. plain yogurt (not diet)
2 tbsp. mayonaise (real)
1 tbs. Karo Syrup (light)
1 pkg. Knox gelatin
1 egg yolk (beaten)
1 cup water

Mix milk, yogurt, mayonaise 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. Glop will last for two weeks covered in refrigerator.

Always warm pudding to room temperature (milk form) before feeding.

Very rich in calcium, this pudding can be used as a supplement for kittens, sick cats and show cats to put on weight. Several Veterinarians have approved this recipe as being balanced and nutritious.

Another Glop

2 Pkgs. Knox gelatin
2 Cups boiling water
Pour the water over the gelatin in a small bowl and stir well. Don't add the gelatin to the water, it clumps that way.
Set aside to cool

1 can goat milk and 1 can water (or 3 cups fresh goat milk)
4 egg yolks
2 Tb whipping cream or real Mayo
2 Tb live culture yogurt (don't use nonfat)
2 Tb Pumpkin (plain, not seasoned)
4 capsules Taurine (contents)
4 capsules Taurine (contents)
Mix all together well, and stir in the gelatin mix.
Can be kept covered in the fridge for up to 3 days, or frozen in ice trays and thawed on defrost setting. Will gel, but for liquid, just warm on defrost setting.

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