My niece's friend accidentally (we think) "donated" her kittens and now they are gone. She is heartbroken. Is there any way to retrieve a kitten that has been donated. Please, any help is greatly appreciated.
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Bringing a kitten home is very exciting. You have a new friend at home and it looks so adorable. First thing you must know is that kittens grow fast and they grow a lot! Its' weight can double or even triple during this time. That's why they need much more calories than adult cats and should be fed more times per day(4-6 times). If you find a kitten that's less than four weeks old, feed it kitten milk replacer, not cow's milk, as it doesn't have the all the required nutrition. After four weeks of mother's milk, kittens make their transfer to kitten food, and it's time for you to feed it right. During this time, emphasis should be on high quality protein (meat, poultry or fish), vitamins, and minerals. Fat and carbs should be given in the same amount as for adult cats.My suggestion is to buy high quality products specifically for kittens in pet stores like Petco and online at websites like pet food direct (these products have everything the kitten needs). What should you not feed a kitten? Under no circumstances should you feed a kitten dog food, chocolate, cooked bones, or cow's milk. Cats should receive kitten food pretty much from the 4th-5thweek until they are one year old.
Sounds like a scam if they don't post their phone number or contact details. Not sure I would buy kittens off eBay anyway. I would either go to local shelters (we have two rescue kittens) or use yellow pages to find a local breeder.
eBay customer service aren't going to give you phone numbers and will cite privacy concerns.
In beginning, your kitten won't let you to pick it up. You may have to
use CARRY quite few times before actually picking up your kitten. When
you do "CARRY" on your kitten, it will gain some stats. But it's only
very low number, usually FRIEND / LOOKS / MOOD will gain from it.
would avoid using Silica gel litter in a kittens litter box and wait until they
are slightly older. Young kittens are
prone to tasting cat litter (simply out of curiosity). Silica crystals can be harmful if ingested
and for this reason alone should not be used.
This is NOT as uncommon as one may think, what happens when that happens is the combined heat from the ON PC and the Kitten heat, usually Overheats the PC, and causes it to fault... sometimes permanently... What you can try is remove battery & power leave it say overnight, then replace batteries and power supply, cross fingers, and power on...NOW, if you are lucky, it may be OK, but if as I suspect it may be heat damaged beyond repair sorry... You are going to have to get that Kitten to get a job to pay for it all, and tell the kitten NOT to sleep on any powered on laptops.. this really is unacceptable Kitten behavior..lol
PS: Sometimes it is just the RAM that fries...?? maybe replace a stick of RAM? But be careful not to spend good money after bad.