Are You An Expert On Newborn Kitten Rescue?

Whether a mother cat gave birth in your home or you came across orphaned kittens under your porch - you never know when and where you may be faced with the challenge of rescuing newborn kittens. Take this quiz to see how much you know about this lifesaving topic and please share it so others can learn from the questions and answers provided here.

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7 comments on “Are You An Expert On Newborn Kitten Rescue?

British Girls October 16, 2018
I got a 100% on this quiz:banana1::banana2:
tallyollyopia February 2, 2017
I had a lot of trouble with the weight question. When our kittens were born, they were much, much bigger than normal. (I didn't realize how much bigger they were until I visited the shelter and saw that their active four and five week-old kittens were smaller than ours were when they were born.)
catwoman707 July 6, 2016
I took it for fun, of course got 100% lol~ Jeez....maybe I've been doing this too long!
shadowkitty10 April 30, 2016
I actually rescued one of my cats as a one week old kitten. She was left outside in our backyard, and we heard some loud meows. We went outside, and there she was! We bottlefed her back to health, and since she could never survive outside again, we kept her. 
indie-n-button April 24, 2016
I did pretty good! I only got the one about the lack of milk in a queen wrong. I've been learning about cats since I was 8 so I guess I'm pretty obsessed with them and their care lmao
artiemom April 22, 2016
I did pretty good considering I never took care of kittens. I was wrong on weight, the age and another one which I forget.. Good Job Anne. This was a good quiz.
Mamanyt1953 April 22, 2016
What a fun quiz!  I actually knew a lot more than I thought I did, and learned every bit of it here!  My kitten rescuing days were back before KMR, and nothing much was known about neonatal care of kittens,  It's amazing that any of them lived, but surprisingly, we managed to save over 75% of the litters that we took on.  My dad was an intuitive genius with animals.  I think that he willed them to live.

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