Okay so today my husband brought a 3 wk. old kitten into the vets office where I work-he found him at the scene of a house fire! Poor little guy was freezing cold and covered in soot and fire extinguisher foam. We cleaned him up and raised his body temp to normal, but I am not sure how much damage was done to his lungs with smoke inhalation. I am just curious as to how much and how often you all feed little guys like him?? The doctors I talked with today suggested feeding him every two hours! I want to do what's best for him without sacrificing all my sleep. Let me know what you all recommend-thanks! We are also taking suggestions for a name for him, we would like a name that has something to do with fire or flames. After his bath we found his true colors are black, tan, and grey. I will try and get pictures tomorrow and post them-assuming he makes it through the night.
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5/19/06 at 9:53pm