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Thread: Up date on Kittens

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    Super Member jayelee's Avatar
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    Two out of the three have made it and are well on the way to being big healthy cats We lost the one we have been battling to save since the beginning. But all in all it is for the best she must have been suffering, she quit eating and just couldn't keep her body heat up we were holding her wrapped in a blanket or towel all of the time and we were taking turns taking her to bed with us to keep her warm but the battle is over Whoever threw these kittens away in a dumpster should be shot

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    I second that notion! So glad the other two are doing good, sorry about the other one.

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    Sorry bout the kitten. You are right about the person who did this terrible deed. My 8 year old tabby came to me at one day old. I bottle fed her, cleaned her and kept her with me including teaching her to eat, play nice and use the litter! She is the best cat ever. She still kneads on my shirt and sucks it for comfort. I love her and the other 4 kittens that we have raised. God Bless You!

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    Sorry about the little cat. It's heartbreaking when you do all you can and it doesn't work out. The most important thing is, you did your absolute best. Take heart and remember the last days of that little girl's life were filled with love, warmth and compassion. All the best with the other two and blessings to you for being a good human being (unlike the pond scum who dumped them!).

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    So glad you were kind enough to rescue and save the two.

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    Oh, I didn't hear about this, but thank God you were able to save two of the little darlings.

    I'm a firm advocate of shooting animal abusers on sight. Bullets are cheap.

    Good luck to you and the little ones.

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    Thanks for the update! I'm sorry about the one, but glad the other two are doing well. I cannot understand why people do that sort of thing!!! :thumbdown: Thank you for taking care of them! :)

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    I'm a firm advocate of shooting animal abusers on sight. Bullets are cheap.
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    Oh, gosh no, not that. Make them pay for the cat's care for their first year or so. Advertise their actions and post their pictures, THEN shoot them.

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    I am raising 3 myself.They were very very tiny,and wasn't even walking when a coyote got mama.But are doing good.I almost lost one too due to diet.But now keep kitten milk on hand.Now their going on 3 months old and thriving.One of my spade female cat adopted them and licks the hair off them and is mommying them.But of course they can't suck on her,she growls when they try it,but does do everything else.Their her babies now.And they suck on each-other,and still do.So,hang in there,it will get better.I don't know how people can be so cruel sometimes.You are doing the right thing,plus like me,you'll get so attached to them,they'll follow you everywhere like mine do.

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