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Because you described the wrinkles, and the "empty" belly, I assume the vet gave you instructions how to notice hungry babies. It is common in rabbits that the mum feeds her babies only once, seldom up to three times per day. She stays away from the nest to not attract predators and secure the safety of the babies. SO you need not to worry, if you ...


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You say these kittens are in an "empty room in your house." How long have they been there? (How long have you been ignoring this room?) Is there a clear area where the mother can come and go that you have not blocked recently? It's possible the mother has been prevented from returning; these are very young kittens who would not yet be left by the ...


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Mother cats don’t abandon her kittens. Maybe she was hit by a car or something. Cats are good with living on their own but they like humans to take care of them. If the animal control is effective, call them but that depends in the country you are living in. They won’t die if you don’t do anything. They will find a way on their own like strays do. Yes, if ...


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In this case you need to stop the older kittens. The best thing would be if the mother and the young kittens could have a room for themselves, while the older kittens can not enter. It is important the new kittens are getting enough milk and especially the early milk since it contains important antibodies and nutrients. Spay your cat now unless you really ...


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