What kind of probiotics do you give the kittens?
I’ve been using the FERA Probiotics for Dogs and Cats because I like that it contains prebiotics as well as probiotics. I mix it into goat milk and then feed it to them via oral syringe and they LOVE it. (I’m sure it’s more the goat milk that they love than the probiotic, but this way I know they all get some.)
Can you even believe that these monkeys are TWELVE weeks old today? The time has truly flown.
2020: Everyone else scattered, but Bugs remained belly-up.
2019: “THIS BOX AIN’T PACKED RIGHT.”
2018: Torvill’s got the crazy eyes.
2017: “No, no, innernets, that’s okay, you go on and go to bed. I’ll just make sure these kids are fed. You have yourself a nice restful night, now. I’m sure I’ll get to sleep the whole night through again… SOMEday.”
2016: No entry.
2015: Tummy Thursday.
2014: Oops. Looks like one of your ears fell off, Tricki.
2013: Toes, toes everywhere!
2012: “We is having a meeting, and you is not invited. Do we need to call Security?”
2011: No entry.
2010: “I couldn’t help it! I just wanted a snuggle and some canned food! I AM NOT a big baby! Okay, maybe I am. But I had to register my complaint, didn’t I?!”
2009: Yeah, poor babies. It’s a rough life!
2008: I imagine that in the operating room, the surgeon’s going to say “Why is she covered in small cuts [I originally typo’d “small cats”. HA!] from head to toe?”
2007: No entry.
2006: No entry.
2005: No entry.