- Apr 19, 2020
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They are both getting KMR now and both love it. The smallest one eats MUCH more than the larger kitten, often eats more often as well as finishing his own portion and part of his older/larger brothers'. We're thinking about purchasing another heartbeat toy as we had for our GSD when she was an inconsolable puppy. She really loved it and for a while (before teething got the best of her) it was the only toy she wouldn't shred. Kitten seems to want to be on us more now and is much more accepting of petting.Did you try a ticking clock when he's crying? Or, as you've been doing, have him on your chest when he's crying. Your beating heart calms him .
That clicking sound isn't constant, is it?
Are you thinking of syringe feeding him? I'm not sure it's necessary unless he begins to refuse the kmr or starts losing weight. You can give the other kitten kmr too