Robyn, will you please remind me of the appetite stimulant you’ve used on your older kitties to get them interested in eating again? i remember it was something you gave when you noticed miz poo being less than enthusiastic about her meals… thanks so much.
That would be Liqui-Tinic – I get mine at Amazon, but you may be able to find it cheaper elsewhere.
The very first time we used Liqui-Tinic was with Spanky – we’d never heard of it before, and our vet gave us a bottle. The difference was amazing, and it’s one of the first things (I mean, aside from a visit to the vet, of course) I reach for when a permanent resident or foster is ailing.
It certainly is – especially the beginning of April. We’ve now had kittens born on April 1st (the Fools), 2nd (the McMaos) and now the 3rd!
YOU GUYS! GUESS WHAT!
(Am far too amused by myself.)
I told someone the other day that this litter is a very mellow bunch, and it’s true. I guess when there’s plenty of room at the milk bar, you don’t have to get too excited about anything!
I’ve got names in mind for them, but I’ll ponder it over the weekend and decide on names and which names suits which kitten best. Monday morning, I’ll announce their names. Thanks to everyone who suggested names for them; you guys had great suggestions! (Did I say “names” an awful lot there, or what? NAMES NAMES NAMES NAMES.)
Want a video of the wee baby kittens flailing around at the milk bar? You know you do – here ya go!
2016: “So THAT’s how you use that thing!” she said, and then did a tiny ::thlurrp:: of her own.
2015: “Hey. HEY. I’ma slap you upside the head with that camera, lady.”
2014: Mariette needs to work on her balance. She looks a bit tippy here.
2013: No entry.
2012: Logie desperately wants to be Furminated.
2011: She deserves a little time to herself!
2010: “Am I to be punished for NOT being a harlot?”
2009: No entry.
2008: I touched her on the head once or twice, and she stared at me and shook.
2007: No entry.
2006: No entry.
2005: No entry.