Wrapping them in a blanket won't do a whole lot to keep them warm, as they can't generate their own body heat. They rely on an outside source (usually the mumcat) to stay warm.
Get a hot water bottle or even a soda bottle filled with hot water. Wrap it in a thin towel and place the kitten on top to get warm. You can also get a long sock, fill it with uncooked white rice and either tie a knot in the end or use a quick stitch to sew it closed. Put it in the microwave for about a minute. You want it very warm but not burning hot. Put this in with the kittens.
Don't feed cold kittens. When they become hypothermic (very cold) thier digestive system shuts down and they can vomit whatever you feed them. I'd recommend making up some home-made Pedialyte and giving each kitten 1cc (1ml) every half an hour for the next few hours.
* 1 cup water (boiled then cooled)
* Small pinch of baking soda
* Small pinch of Salt
* 2 teaspoons of sugar
Mix all ingredients well. Make sure the mixture has been slightly warmed before feeding to your kitten. The mixture will keep in the refrigerator for up to 3 days. Feed 1ml (1cc) every half an hour for the first two hours using a dropper or feeding syringe. Also make sure your kitten is on his tummy and not his back when you feed. Feed very slowly so the fluid does not go down the wrong tube and choke your kitten.
number one died a hour ago, I am bottle feeding number two,a dn stimulating so he can go potty but he is only peeing and his tummy is swollen and little i also tried running his bottom under warm water and rubbing but no poop yet,, I am so sad i hope i do not lose them all, plus mama callie kitty is so sad looking,
I have hard somewhere that you are not supposedto use a 'human' heating pad. But it is safe to use an animal one. So I guess is you dont have one of those, stick with the bottles of hot water, and the rice sock.
I am so sorry he/she didn't make it. I wish you the best for number two. Is that the one the picture is of?