I'll keep weighing and updating, but so far it seems as if he's gained .5 of an ounce a week. My Mom said if I can do some really good research and find us a better vet, she would be willing. Snoopy is the black and white and Cayman (Kay-men) like the Grand Cayman Island is the orange one.Is there any way you can get the kitten to a different vet for a second opinion? I don't know how competent your vet is normally, but it sounds to me like she just doesn't care.
Keep weighing the baby every day or two. If she's gaining weight the difference in sizes could be perfectly normal. A wide range of different sizes/weights can be normal, even within the same breed.
BTW what are your kitties' names.
That's a good idea, I'm sure we could get in touch with him because he was in (the extended) family. My Mom did mention that "he said we would like this new vet" who is taking over but it sounded like more of a consolation effort rather than a heartfelt opinion. I don't think he knew her very well, and as I said, first impressions can be deceiving because out the outside these people can seem very nice.Do you have any way to contact your old vet to ask for recommendations? When my work hours didn't allow me to get my kitty in on the one day a week my regular vet does surgery, he was happy to give me the names of two other vets and told me which one was really better with cats.