50 Incredibly Cute Baby Animal Pictures around the World
The word "animal" comes from the Latin word animalis, meaning "having breath". We all love animals so much, especially cats and dogs. However, there are many cute animals out there we love to see as well. The enjoyment that we get from pictures of animals and nature is immeasurable.
How to Care for a Traumatized Orphan Kitten
Question from Era: My father brought home a kitten, which was mauled by dogs. Thankfully she was not badly hurt. The kitten is fine and eating now. I wanted to ask you what food I should feed the kitten with. She is very small, a little bigger than my palm, drinks milk only. I tried to feed her ...
During the first few weeks of life, a kitten's primary concerns are feeding, keeping warm, developing social skills and learning how to excrete on his own. In most cases, humans will simply watch the mother cat perform her duties. However, if the kitten in your care has been separated from his mother or if the mother cat has rejected her young or cannot produce enough milk, caring for him is up to you.
Two Tiny Kittens Rescued From A Junk Pile
These itsy bitsy charmers were rescued by photographer Scott Allan after he found them in a junk pile near the side of his house. Prepare yourself for heart palpitations...
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How to Care for Orphaned Kittens Less Than Three Weeks of Age
Taking care of newborn kittens that have been orphaned can be very rewarding, but very challenging. Humans are poor substitutes for a mother cat, and care and feeding of very young kittens is a full-time job. Unfortunately, sometimes a...
Caring for Newborn Kittens
This is a guide about caring for kittens. Newborn kittens need a lot of extra care. Caring for them properly will help ensure that they grow into healthy adult cats.