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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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Any tips on how to get them both fed? Personally, if I was in your situation, this is what I would do. I would start by moving the two food bowls to separate locations in your house. Then, at the regular feeding intervals for your dog, give both dogs their food. Your dog should eat all of his food right away. The other dog will take their time, but since ...


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There are several human foods you can use as emergency cat foods. Please note that all the listed options are meant to be temporary only and cannot provide a balanced diet long term. Despite what comics and TV shows portrait, cats shouldn't be fed any milk or cream. They become lactose intolerant early in their life (soon after the mother cat stops feeding ...


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If your cat has not eaten anything for so long, it is a serious concern. If a cat does not eat for any longer than 24 hours, it is at risk of developing feline hepatic lipidosis, also known as fatty liver syndrome; this is potentially fatal disease that is capable of causing death within just 3 days since the cat has stopped eating. I do not think asking ...


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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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According to Blog.Feliway.com, They don’t have a routine Kittens need to eat regularly to support their growth and energy needs! And while some owners may want to leave food out for their cats all the time, having food to graze on won’t help your pet develop a clear routine - or could cause your kitten to under or over eat. To ensure your kitty is only ...


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Yes, it's possible. My cat gave birth and withing 8 days she went into heat and managed to mate. 9 weeks later she gave birth to another litter and 12 days after that she went into heat again. We're trying to confine her and get her spayed but like last time she is breastfeeding. The vet advised we wait until after she has finished weaning in 8 weeks then we ...


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