- Oct 1, 2022
She is still rapidly breathing, but not panting or biting herself, maybe cause the kitten is drinking milkThat's the problem I can't get a vet, cause dad is like it's ok,
There is not discharge now, maybe it was her saliva only, but she was biting her tail so much and her back leg, maybe an insect bit her.
And my dad was like just run detol on her legs and around her bum, the bacteria will die, but she is isn't moving from her kittens side and hissing if i try to move.
Maybe an insect enterd the nest and bit her, i have somehow changed the covers, but she isn't coming out of it
That's a great idea, but she has moved her kitten back to that dusty place, the storage bags are aligned next to a wall. The place she has kept her kitten is very narrow, if the kitten stays to much time near the wall she will get cold.keeping the kitten safe and warm is the right thing to do. You might try goat's milk while waiting for the kitten milk replacement. You'll want to warm it to body temp, that means warm it, sprinkle a few drops on your inner forearm above your wrist. If you can't feel it cold or warm that's the temp you want.
Back before there was kitten milk, we used milk formulated for puppies. It worked okay.
Didn't work out, she just started roaming around with the kitten in her mouth, and kitten starred becoming cold , couldn't watch that happen, so i let her take it back to that place, atleast i tried my best.can you make her a box the size and shape of the space the mom keeps moving her too? That size and shape space seems to make the mom feel the kitten is safer there
A small amount of Vaseline to help her poor little bottom isn't going to hurt anything. There are folks who feed Vaseline for hairballs and no harm has come to them. I even fed it to my first cat on a regular basis for that very reason - long before other hairball remedies were 'in fashion'.Isn't Vaseline not good for cats?