- Feb 11, 2021
We were recently on vacation and observed many feral cats in/around where we visited. Then, last Tuesday night we observed a very youg kitten out in the open, (in daylight) with no mother around. After watching the kitten for several hours it was clear that she was on her own. We rescued her and started working to get her fed. She would barely take 10 ml of kitten formula, and would not go poo. We took her to a vet last Thursday and found that she was impacted, and roughly 3 weeks old.. She would not have survived without vet intervention. Good news, is, she is home with us, following expert vet care, and is now taking 30 ml of weaning formula about every 4 to 5 hours. We have a home for her, once weaned and litter trained. Once a cat person, always a cat person, no matter where/when.
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