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RE: Blind Kitten! HELP!

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Posted by: emmykitty at Wed Apr 21 12:58:55 2004  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by emmykitty ]  
   

Hi! I got them both 2 days ago, they were in this crazy ladies house and she told me they were 6 or 7 weeks, so I figured they were ready to go. Well, then I weighed each of them and called the vet and they said at that weight they are probably 5 weeks, unless they were malnurished. I have a pen set up for them, with their box and bed and water and stuff, but my bf's mom takes care of them all day so she feeds them and keeps them company. I am worried cuz Snowball has contact with several people, me, my boyfriend, his mom, his sister and 2 brothers. I mean, they are all very gentle and caring, but I just hope its not too much for her. They do not have run of the house, they are waaay too small for that! And my bf's mom has a Bichon Frise, who is mothering the kittens. The kittens LOVE her! Its so cute, and I think its really helping them to adapt. I am also worried because my bf and I are moving in a month and I just hope that wont traumatize Snowball! I am really anxious about the vet visit! I just want these 2 precious babies to become well adjusted and healthy cats. Oh the questions!The vet has no clue what he is in for! LOL!


   

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