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Posted on: 3:56:26 PM 6/30/2007

The kittens will eat when they are ready. I usually put wet kitten food down, as they are still "sucking" so they suck the wet food up. They have to catch on---to chew.
I also put dry food down, but moisten it with water. That way they are st...

Posted on: 6:28:16 PM 6/27/2007

Male: Rusty, Nugget, Butterscotch

Females: Amber, Callie, Ginger, Penny, Peaches, Snickers.

Just ideas...........

Posted on: 6:21:49 PM 6/27/2007

Checkers, Sylvester, Patches, Oreo, Whoopie (pie), Onyx........

Posted on: 6:17:40 PM 6/23/2007

Yes, the kitten needs to be isolated into one room. Preferably a bedroom for now. Close the door. The kitten is scared. Everything is new, no litter mates or mama. Let them get used to the one room, and go into the room for the attention it needs...

Posted on: 6:25:40 PM 6/19/2007

Yes, at six months of age. Shelters will do it providing the cat weighs at least two pounds. Kittens will heal faster and bounce back quicker. So you are in prime time to be doing it.

Posted on: 10:46:11 PM 6/14/2007

Has she been doing this all along? Or just recently?
Did you switch litter types? If not, I would suggest confining her to one room with the door closed and her litter box. She is old enough to know where it is, so it has something to do with...

Posted on: 7:53:10 PM 6/7/2007

How old is the kitten? Perhaps it is the type of litter?
I am assuming you let her have full reign of your home as you mentioned living room. Isolate her into one room only with the box for several days. Place her in the box and let her find ...

Posted on: 6:47:53 PM 5/17/2007

I didn't take studies for vet tech. But what I did to help study for exams.....
I wrote on index cards. Questions on the front, and answers on the back. I just kept memorizing. As I got the answer correctly, I concentrated on the wrong ones....

Posted on: 12:43:36 PM 4/29/2007

OOh, something with Godiva! She looks like a little diva!!
She's beautiful!!

Posted on: 6:39:02 PM 4/28/2007

I would not give your cat any human drugs unless you speak to your vet and they give the okay. Your cat just might have developed allergies. If his eyes get gunky and he stops eating, then I would worry.

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