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Brokbakman 06-09-2018 01:45 AM

You have a really good soul kid . Orphaned kittens need alot of care and can be quite time consuming. I rescue a couple each year and sometimes all you can do is keep them comfortable until they pass or give them to someone can make it less painful sadly. You've already done more than most bud .

Brokbakman 06-09-2018 02:00 AM

Depending on his age he is going to need to be fed every couple of ours . u need to take a rag and run it under warm water so it's damp (not soaking wet) , you are going to use that rag like a momy cat uses it's tongue to clean up the kitten after each feeding . It's ears, eyes , mouth , belly ,and especially it bottom and private parts ( it helps to make them not get plugged up ) . Give it something soft like a towel and put it someplace warm, dark ,and quite to rest . I can't stress this enough stray kittens almost always have fleas and worms so you need to get him to the vet to address that . It probably would be best though to take it to a rescue if your parents don't have some spare funds or time to help you with this little guy . A sick baby kitten takes alot of time and a bit of money to get healthy . Best of luck buddy and keep having a good heart .

Brokbakman 06-09-2018 02:01 AM


Mirael 02-07-2019 07:32 AM

Stumbled upon this thread and remembered how I picked up my cat from the street. Can say that it's extremely important to bring the kitten to a vet as fast as possible. You can't really help him by yourself in that state. Mine looked battered, thin and obviously infested with fleas and helminths. We struggled with fleas for a month, eventually, some pieces of advice from this article helped. As for the other troubles... vet gave us a ton of prescription meds.
Hope you managed to help that poor kitty.

scilover 07-02-2020 03:37 AM

You got a good heart, not much people would have taken care of it. Just send it to the vet and do what the veterinarian says. Whatever happens, you did a good job!

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