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Kitten Corner > Rescue kitten
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Purred: Sat Jun 27, '15 8:39am PST 
They all started eating wet and dry at 4 weeks in addition to nursing. I was feeding them 3/4 of a can of wet food 4 times a day, and I think that was part of their diarrhea problem. I have cut it to 3 times a day and their bowels seem to betting a little better. I think the can food was just too rich for their little tummy's. They are growing like weeds and play like crazy, so I don't think I need to worry to much.
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Kitten Corner > Rescue kitten
Behr

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Purred: Sat Jun 20, '15 8:54am PST 
Well here is an update: Mom and babies are doing fine. We took all of them to the vet because we were worried about momma being so thin and the kitten were having diarrhea. They told us to feed her canned kitten food 4 times, but she will probably not gain a lot of weight till she get's apayed. You would never know this momma was totally feral 2 weeks ago. It's amazing to see the change in her. She loves to be petted and rubs on your legs, We are still having some diarrhea issues with the kittens and not sure what to do. The vet put them on antibiotics even though their stool came back negative for parasites, I am soaking dry food in water, mushing it and adding a little wet kitten food to it. I noticed if I gave them straight kitten food they had diarrhea. They are 6 weeks old now, shouldn't they be able to get just straight kitten food? Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
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Kitten Corner > Rescue kitten

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Purred: Sat Jun 6, '15 3:24pm PST 
No it'snot regular milk. I know better than to feed them that. This is Kitten Replacemnt Milk.
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Cats and a Clean Home > Poopie Bum!

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Purred: Tue Mar 17, '15 9:16pm PST 
I am a DLH and have the same problem. Mommy is going to take a clippers to by bum and give me a bath. This happens whether i have normal poops or the runs. Right now I have the runs and mom doesn't know why. She is worried that she brought something in the house by petting a outside cat (who had the runs). Maybe your mom needs to get a clippers and do a little trim around the backside.
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Food & Nutrition > What are the least expensive brands of grain-free cat food (both canned and dry)?

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Purred: Tue Mar 17, '15 9:11pm PST 
Do you have a tractor supply near you? We get our cats 4heath. It's wheat, soy, and corn free. I'm not sure if they have it in wet food, but you can look.
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Behavior & Training > Catbox trouble
Behr

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Purred: Tue Mar 17, '15 9:06pm PST 
We actually screwed plastic up on the walls and put puppy pee pads around the boxes to cat any accidents. We have a box with supposed tall sides, but that doesn't help.,. I guess we will just have to live with it, but grrrr
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Behavior & Training > Catbox trouble

Behr

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Purred: Mon Mar 16, '15 11:54pm PST 
I have been with my mommy since I was 2 1/2 weeks old along with my sister Lilly. I moved in with my grandma and a whole full of kitties (9 to be exact) all of who are spayed and neutered by the way. I have a bad habit in the cat box of not squatting to pee (I'm not the only one by the way) When mom is cleaning the boxes and I go into pee and don't squat she pushes my bottom down. My mom and grandma have had to buy crates to use as cat boxes because they have higher sides. I get Arm and hammer Clump and seal. The boxes (2 jumbo and one regular) are scooped twice a day unless mommy forgets and it get's done only once. I don't know why I do this, but mommy is very frustrated. Any suggestions for her?
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Cats and a Clean Home > I need litter help!

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Purred: Sat Nov 30, '13 8:09am PST 
Ok problem solved... We went to Petsmart and got Arm and Hammer extra strength because it was a good price. We are going to empty all the litter boxes, wash them thoroughly and put brand new litter in. Mom had this idea of taking this big piece of stiff plastic, screwing it into the wall and putting the rest inside the cat box.. Probably hard to imagine, but I hope it works.
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Cats and a Clean Home > I need litter help!

Behr

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Purred: Thu Nov 28, '13 11:57am PST 
I tried the Worlds best Cat Litter and didn't think it was that great. We've tried all kinds of litters and the best for us seems to be Scoop Away. They make a Super Clump Unscented, so you might want to give it a try. Walmart carries Scoop away and right now they are $9.97 for 25 lbs. Plus if you get coupons it'll make it that much cheaper. We have to use the Extra Strength because we have 10 cats (and yes they are spayed and neutered). They are all indoors, so you can imagine how bad the cat boxes can smell. They are scooped every morning, dusted and the sides are wiped with a wet wipe to help with the odor. It's quite a routine, but we love them all. OK now onto my question: Some of our cats do not squat when they pee, so needless to say it get's on the wall and goes over the sides onto the floor. Because we have to many cats we have 2 of the jumbo boxes and one regular sized one in between. Right now we are using storage container lids against the walls and doggy pee pads under the boxes to cats the excess pee, but then you have the cat box and stinky pee pads in the room. Any ideas on something we can use maybe as a cat box that has high sides, but now too high where they are not going to want to jump in? Why do our cats not squat? They aren't old. Behr is 5 and Harmony is 1. Just plain laziness? Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.
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Cat Health > Feral Kitten drooling and acting weird
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Purred: Mon Jul 15, '13 8:51am PST 
Distemper possibly?? Let us know what happens.
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