Please give a warm welcome to today’s Star Kit, Loud Mouth. She is 1 week old from Columbia City.
I found Loud Mouth in the barn behind a sheet of metal, the mother had abandoned it and left it for dead. I saw the mother up on the ledge, so I attempted to hand her the kitten, to which she hissed at the kitten. It was cold, barely alive and was starving, so I sprinted up to the house, put the kitten in a small hamper with a heating blanket (I set it on low for 10 minutes, then turned it off), then heated a sock filled with rice for the kitten to snuggle with, along with two small stuffed animals.
As I rushed around for a bottle, and some cat formula (I was oddly prepared) and attempted to feed the kitten, but when it would not eat. I was worried, so I filled up a dropper with cat formula, and it finally ate, went pee (on the heated blanket, which was off and unplugged) and the kitten would not stop meowing, which is how she got her name, Loud Mouth. She got quiet and went to sleep.