Re: OT- Little Cat
- From: Janet Wilder <kelliepoodle@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 07 Dec 2011 20:38:27 -0600
On 12/7/2011 10:07 AM, Bryan wrote:
On Dec 6, 4:02 pm, Janet Wilder<kelliepoo...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:On 12/5/2011 10:55 PM, Polly Esther wrote:I remember reading that you shouldn't moisten kibble because it can
Janet Wilder<>> Thank you all who were advising me with the baby
kitten. Little Cat
(unofficial name) began eating canned kitten food from a dish today.
He started by sucking it off my hand and fingers. When he'd cleaned
me up for about a tablespoon worth and was still hungry, I put some in
a little dish and he went to town. I have been putting watered down
formula in the dish, too, and he's been lapping it up.
Now when he asks for food, he gets a dish and is happy with eating
Again, I just wanted those who were so helpful to know how grateful I
am for your advice.
What happy news. Thank you, Janet, for letting us know of your success.
How very sweet. Snuggle that little furball for me. Polly
Believe me, Polly, he gets snuggled regularly. He's doing quite well
now with a mixture of canned kitten food and softened kitten kibble
mixed with some of the liquid from soaking the kibble.
spoil much more quickly than wet food if you wet it. Not a problem if
eats it all up right away, just don't let it sit out.
I make up his mush and keep in the fridge in a covered, glass container. When he cries for food, I mix it with liquid and nuke it for 4 or 5 seconds to take the chill out. Leftovers, go into the fridge, too.
Can't let it sit out or the Poodle gets it. Mickey likes Little Cat's food so much that he licks him clean after he eats. It's adorable. Little Cat enjoys it.
Spelling doesn't count. Cooking does.
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