How to Feed a Newborn Kitten
Ideally, kittens should stay near and nurse from their mother cat for up to eight weeks prior to being separated and/or adopted. In the case of a rescue, death of the natural mother, or when circumstances cause cat mothers to reject one or...
Arizona Humane Society: Transforming Animal Welfare
For more than 60 years, the Arizona Humane Society has been committed to improving the lives of animals and serving the people of our community.
Feeding Young and Newborn Kittens, Feeding Schedules, Instructions and Emergency Formulas
A Complete Kitten Feeding Schedule with Instructions and Emergency Formula Recipes to Help your Kitten get the Nutrition he/she Needs! From the Kitten Care experts!
Hand-rearing kittens | International Cat Care
Raising an orphaned kitten can be a rewarding experience. However, kittens are very fragile, and raising them can be difficult – find out what to expect.
Hand Raising and Tube Feeding of Orphaned or Rescue Kittens, including Bengal Cats and MORE, from Foothill Felines (exotic domestic Bengal cat breeder).
Orphaned or Rescued Kittens - Bottle and Tube Feeding, and How to Hand Raise Them - From Foothill Felines Bengals.
Inflammatory Bowel Disease in Cats
Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) is a syndrome caused by a specific reaction to chronic irritation of the stomach or intestines as a response to an insult, injury or foreign substance. IBD is most commonly diagnosed in middle-aged to older cats. It most commonly causes vomiting; however, if the intestine or colon is involved, chronic diarrhea can be seen. IBD is definitively diagnosed by biopsy of affected tissue. Treatments include a hypoallergenic or easily digested diet, metronidazole…
Slippery Elm | Little Big Cat
By Jean Hofve, DVM As you may know, it is potentially dangerous to give herbs to pets, especially cats. Many people commonly extrapolate a dose of herbs by using the pet’s weight compared to the “standard” 150-pound human. A large dog, however, has a comparatively slow metabolism, while a small dog’s rapid heart rate and high energy level may make it difficult to get the desired effect. Cats have very different metabolism and enzymes, and many compounds that are safe for humans and dogs…