Orphaned Kitten Care: How to Videos – How to Bottle Feed an Orphaned Kitten

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How do you get a kitten to drink from a bottle? How often should you feed him? How do you know if the nipple flow is too fast or too slow? Get a step-by-step guide to doing it right in this short video. For more information about this and other videos about orphaned kitten care, please visit http://www.maddiesfund.org/Maddies_Institute/Videos/Orphaned_Kitten_Care_How_to.html

Orphaned Kitten Care: How to Videos – How to Bottle Feed an Orphaned Kitten

10 thoughts on “Orphaned Kitten Care: How to Videos – How to Bottle Feed an Orphaned Kitten

  1. This abandoned cat I got does not open its mouth for the bottle. I've tried so much and it's been 3 days since it hasn't eating anything

  2. I adopted 4 orphanage kittens their mom died few days after giving birth (terrible accident) its hard to get such bottles here in Tanzania but thank God to syringes and they are about a month now and very healthy(funny thing, my mom thinks I should give them away because they are all girls) but they're so cute to just give them away with all the love am getting from them πŸ€” anyways thank you for this video its really helpfull.πŸ’–

  3. I need help , my cat gave birth to 3 kittens but can’t feed them or go near them because she has a infection , we are trying are best to feed the kittens but there just not drinking it , we brought that bottle and they are still not drinking it and they are slowly getting weak .

  4. What does it mean if kitten feels cold? He keeps crying, I do have to force him to eat, and I have blankets wrapped around him, I dont know how old he is, but his teeth are barely out, he doesnt even have canine teeth yet, he was meowing in my backyard from morning around 5 when I went to work, and I came home at 3 and he was still there, I finally brought him in about 6, I didnt want to take him, cause I was worried his mother might come back but it never did, and it was getting dark out I didnt want him to get eaten by an owl

  5. My kitten is four weeks old and I'm still bottle feeding her. She freaks out when I'm trying to feed her and sometimes I'm worried that the milk is coming out too fast or not coming out at all. She paws at the bottle and her heart beats really quickly. She tends to lick her bed and purr. She's finally started to use the litter box on her own. Do you think she's eating enough?

  6. This video is exceptionally well done. Also, thank you for pacing the information as you verbalize all of the steps.

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