Wendy at home in her plastic tote
And occasionally a little messy but.... It is worth it.
Wiggly Wendy is going on four weeks old now and appears to be the only survivor from a litter of four. When we first noticed something was wrong it was because two were missing, then another just died leaving Wendy alone.
We could never declare who Mom was so maybe she took the two of them elsewhere and left the other two because they were sick. The dead one seemed well fed and I did not see anything to indicate it was sick but Wendy had stuffed up!Nose and Both eyes shut from congestion.
Maybe she was too sick to nurse so Mom took the two that were healthy. Cruel world.
Anyway when I located and was able to reach the last one she seemed
Lethargic and underfed so I jumped into action. She came and was given antibiotics twice a day, eye drops 2-4 time a day and fed on an 2-3 hour basis.
I'm the midst of this you can imagine. She became attached to me. When traveling back and forth to visit Mommy at the hospital she would ride on my chest and fall asleep. BUT, dont rub there bottoms unless you are ready for a warm surprise.
Cats isually trigger the kittens to pee and poop by licking them on their genitals. This helps keep their nest area clean 'cause Mom is ready for it and cleans them up.
NO licking but I do wiggle her with a wet paper towel.
Speaking of wiggling, she does so much that Mommy gave her the name Wiggly Wendy.