So far so good in the seizure department, he has had no seizures since last report. YEAH! I also weighed him at work yesterday and he has finally reached the 2 pound mark! ANOTHER YEAH! Here is my concern now that I need help with, another one of the girls at work is fostering 4 kittens who are about 6 weeks old now. 2 are very healthy and fat, the other 2 are small and sickly looking, when we talked with one of our veterinarians he said he thinks it is either fading kitten syndrome OR calicivirus. Since Squeeker has been soo troublesome we have yet to vaccinate him, and I am not sure that he is able to handle it now. But here is where the problem really lies: I have asked her to keep them in a separate kennel room from Squeeker, and she obliged, but we have a kennel girl that is dumber than a box of rocks and she is always petting those kittens or mine and she never washes her hands in between (even though asked several times) . I have brought this up to the powers that be but no response. I wish Squeeker was ok enough to leave at home, but he isn't yet. What shold I do-I am about ready to put a padlock on Squeek's cage!
with a NEVER IN YOUR LIFE TOUCH! sign. I am also calling his vet today to see what she recommends. Thanks, I know this was a long one but I really appreciate the support and advice.