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#1 Albai

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Posted 11 December 2011 - 12:24 AM

Hi All Ive brought in new two 4 weeks old baby kittens yesterday, can someone tell me what breed are they? A friend who got the mother from someone else and give birth to these kittens and have given them away to ppl coz they're going oversea. She doesn't know what breed is the mother. These kittens are so dead adorable and gorgeous so fluffy and the other i think had a eye infection, need to have it check this monday. Any help apprec, my resident cat a male seems not happy having 2 little females in the house, Im still observing them and following all the tips in this forum. :p: Attached File  blackie.jpg   44.84KB   83 downloads Attached File  _patchy.jpg   74.62KB   60 downloads
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Posted 11 December 2011 - 01:41 AM

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Posted 11 December 2011 - 09:52 AM

Poor babies, they are far too young to be away from their mother. Kittens should be at least 10-12 weeks before adoption. They are domestics or moggies. Both very cute, I would keep your male away from them until they are healthy. Hopefully you can get them vet checked in the next few days and that the eye infection clears up

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Posted 11 December 2011 - 11:42 AM

Oh dear they are sooo young. What happened to the mother? They need to be with her as they will still depend on her for nourishment....poor mama cat and poor wee tykes. Any chance of getting the mum cat to be with them. They will take a lot of work to rear them -at least 4 to 5 feeds a day of special food for kittens - do not give them cows milk as it will give them diarrhoeh. They are domestics and they are of the colour pattern - tortie and white and the darker one is tabby and white. Please keep them totally away from your own cat as you have no idea what diseases they can be incubating and they need to be kept seperate until they are vaccnated at around 8 or 9 weeks. He will be stressed to have his territory invaded by two small kittens...introductionz should be slowly.....and patiently not just bringing them together. It is important to not cause friction or get the relationship off to a bad start - cats have long memories.

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Posted 11 December 2011 - 11:55 PM

QUOTE(ChocolateDots @ Dec 11 2011, 10:52 AM) [snapback]42390[/snapback]
Poor babies, they are far too young to be away from their mother. Kittens should be at least 10-12 weeks before adoption. They are domestics or moggies. Both very cute, I would keep your male away from them until they are healthy. Hopefully you can get them vet checked in the next few days and that the eye infection clears up
:p: yes that was what I did, put them in my bathroom with separate food and bed and litter, locked away fm the male cat:) introduction takes time, slowly slowly not rushing, under my supervision:) :mellow: yes im going to see the vet monday morn.
QUOTE(Heather Sharada @ Dec 11 2011, 12:42 PM) [snapback]42391[/snapback]
Oh dear they are sooo young. What happened to the mother? They need to be with her as they will still depend on her for nourishment....poor mama cat and poor wee tykes. Any chance of getting the mum cat to be with them. They will take a lot of work to rear them -at least 4 to 5 feeds a day of special food for kittens - do not give them cows milk as it will give them diarrhoeh. They are domestics and they are of the colour pattern - tortie and white and the darker one is tabby and white. Please keep them totally away from your own cat as you have no idea what diseases they can be incubating and they need to be kept seperate until they are vaccnated at around 8 or 9 weeks. He will be stressed to have his territory invaded by two small kittens...introductionz should be slowly.....and patiently not just bringing them together. It is important to not cause friction or get the relationship off to a bad start - cats have long memories.
:p: for the advice, Ive been reading a lot of info fm this forum :q: and Im taking it slowly, don't know what happen to the mother, this is like passing fm one person to another and a friend of mine knows that Im looking for another cat, told me about these moggies lol so i just couldn't resist to bring them home, my teenage daughter washed them and cleaned them and I can see that they're quite playful and already toilet trained:) :s: Ive given them whiskas lactose free milk plus and kitty wet and dry food. :lug: :p: again for all yr wonderful help and advices.
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Posted 12 December 2011 - 08:26 AM

WHISKAS lactose free milk isnt a good substitute for Mums milk which is what they should still be on for at least another 2 weeks! Please ask the vet for some divetalac etc for them so they get all the nutrients they need Sooo tiny and WAY too small to be away from Mum :( Good luck with them

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