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This topic contains 28 replies, has 12 voices, and was last updated by  Danielle Scott 6 months, 1 week ago.

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  • #809479

    welcome max and spoofy!

    #809573

    max
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    Thank you guys

    #809574

    max
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    #814198

    Tonie Mankunas
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    I just rescued a 2 or 3 week old kitten and she has a bad eye and I am not sure what to do please help

    #814200

    Kittyzee
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    Tonie, a vet visit would be best for your kitten so that they can prescribe medicine and drops for it. There are other threads on here to help you with hand-rearing your kitten too!

    #814215

    I agree. We would need more specifics to guide u better anyway, but it’s still best to talk with the vet n get a good once over.

    #827031

    caesar
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    Hi all,

    I didn’t get how to upload pics from my pc folders into the forum replies 🙄
    🙄

    I see I can add an image url, a link, but the pics I have are just in my pc.

    Anyone can help me out?

    Thanks in advance

    #827032

    katzenjammer
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    Hi Caesar,
    For sure they are probably other ways to do this, but from my understanding one must use some sort of upload site as it seems that copying directly from one’s desktop is not possible. I find Photobucket works well and like most of these sites it’s free. Hope this helps.

    #865147

    Danielle Scott
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    Hi I’m new here. I’ve just recently rescued a feral (female I think) kitten at about 6 weeks old this past Wednesday evening. I finally caught her when she wriggled loose and was hiding throughout the house (she’s a bit of speed demon). She’s hiding out in my studio and I’m having trouble coaxing her out. She’s eating well and using the litter pan for peeing but pooped elsewhere. It looked like one poop was semi hard with a little bright blood and I’m guessing the runnier stuff was after if that makes any sense. As soon as I can catch her again I’m putting her in a kennel and scheduling a wellness visit.

    I’m mainly wondering if I’m on the right track and looking for a support group of sorts. I’m giving her plenty of water crunchy kitten chow and a can of fancy feast kitten food a day.

    I’ve rescued older ferals and much younger including a day old all have our had great lives and I want to give this little bit the same.

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