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Dave wrote:That's a baby! Cut the claws otherwise it will claw everything also. Get litter for it to do its business. There is cat food and kitty food, make sure u get the latter. If really small then some milk also. Evaporated is better for them. Because they are so small and cat nap a lot and more than likely you might loose him maybe get a bell collar also. The biting is because it sees moving items as a threat hence the biting especially feet. Back will always be arched.
maj. tom wrote:why ppl does give cow milk to cats and other baby animals? in the wild you does see lion cubs suckling at a wildebeest? Or a baby cow drinking dog milk? Humans are the only animals that drink milk from another type of animal, and most humans are lactose intolerant of cow's milk for reasons of specific digestive enzymes required for the specific proteins in different mammal's milk and evolution. The best thing for baby animals, if possible, is to leave them to nurse up to 12 weeks so that they can build their immune system and brains from their mother's milk, as nature intended.
Another dietary malnutrition travesty, especially for cats, is dry cat chow. Cats are known to be 100% carnivore across every species. Which means feeding wet meat/fish and blood. Allyuh does see lions on National Geographic channel processing their fresh bloody zebra meat into little kibble cubes?
Rovin wrote:buh wait nuh OP is not d same man who was bashing cats in d cat lovers thread
wam like he turned into a nookie & got 1 ....
or he jes feeling bored & decided to make a useless thread for his amusement ? ...