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Kitten problem

Posted by thedon29 - Created: 9 years ago
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Posted by pkb1 - 9 years ago

i think if you re read my post i do not say return the kitten to the shelter but to either return or contact the shelter.............if one kitten is sick then maybe more, it is wise to let them know in any event, as the poster says, he paid a lot of money to get a healthy animal, they should be informed if the baby is ill.

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Posted by thedon29 - 9 years ago

Thanks to all of you again. Just to let you know, we paid 167 euros for all the injections, worming and the spaying which will take place in a few months. We didnt just take her away without anything done to her. Also, before we took her away, the vet confirmed she was healthy, otherwise, wouldnt of let us take her home!!

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Posted by GATA-675324 - 9 years ago

to return the kitten or a cat or a dog on the shelter is NOT the solution once there they might NOT have the chance to live or get the attention they need to be well..

the kitten might need tin food and some vitamins and buy from a pharmacy or a vet sugar powder to add to the water...

also the kitten might need pill for the worms...and checkup from a vet...that the last is the best solution...

live the cat in a warm place with baby bear or a clock under the blanket, will feel safer more...

pets2adopt

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Posted by B.Jakubik - 9 years ago

Hi

I have lots of cats at home and looked after many very small kittens. The best think to give to the kitten is the ROYAL CANNIN - BABY CAT dry food. All kittnes love it and ther is nothing better on the market. It provides the kitten with all necessary vitamines and boosts immune system. It is a bit expensive but it is the best and in no time you will have beautiful and healty cat. good luck

Barbara

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Posted by pkb1 - 9 years ago

please let us know how she goes on

Pauline

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Posted by thedon29 - 9 years ago

Hi everyone. Quick update to my littlen kitten. I bought her 'Whiskas Junior Poultry in gravy' and she ate some. First time Ive seen her eat since we bought her home! Thanks to everyone for their replies and concerns. Regards...

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Posted by CMJG2010-694268 - 9 years ago

Hi kittens definitely need soft kitten food more so when they have moved into a new enviroment. Do not give her ordinary milk it is very bad for their stomach. People wrongly think milk should be given to cats, it is the worse thing for their little stomachs. You can eventually ween her onto dry food. Good luck.

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Posted by HaraP - 9 years ago

There is special Kitten wet food that will provide her with the vitamins she needs, Whiskers also do a special Milk for kittens, but try not to give her too much milk, it's not that good for her stomach.

Hope she's ok

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Posted by thedon29 - 9 years ago

Thank you for your replies and concern. Ive been told to buy her 'wet' food. We will try this, if nothing happens, straight to the vet. . .

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Posted by ade-661265 - 9 years ago

Please take her to a vet ,ASAP 8 weeks old i really don't think she should have dry food