Question by  SillyZilly (64)

What should I do if a mother cat is not making milk for her kittens?


Answer by  Roland27 (16334)

You should immediatly go purchase a milk replacement supplement from a vet or your local pet store. You will have to hand feed all of the kittens with a bottle or a syringe.


Answer by  pradhaprajgmailcom (1518)

The best way to tackle this problem is to feed them with milk bottle or made them to drink from a cup if you have more than two kittens.


Answer by  Anonymous

Until they are 4 weeks or older, you will likely have to hand bottle feed each kitten every 4 hours. Your local vet or humane society will be able to tell you over the phone a good brand and quantity to feed them.


Answer by  Tracy15 (821)

You can go to a pet store and buy the milk made for kittens and a small bottle and feed them your self. They eat quite a bit so you have to feed them often through out the day as they are growing and need the nutrients to get stronger.

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