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Date Posted: 09:19:01 04/24/11 Sun
Author: Cheri
Author Host/IP: h-96-15-254-158.ip.alltel.net /
Subject: Re: how do you know if it is time to start feeding a fs solid food?
In reply to: Dennis 's message, "Re: how do you know if it is time to start feeding a fs solid food?" on 07:20:36 04/24/11 Sun

>Sorry, I was in Michigan visiting my grand kids...
>When their eyes open you can give them Cherrios, pieces
>of apple, monkey chow dry, or soaked in water or juice,
>etc.. Just a little at a time so you can see how much
>is being eaten. Grapes can be fed if peeled and cut in
>slices. They can choke on the peeling at that age
>>Hi Dennis,
>>My nice gave me a fs a few days ago. His eyes are open
>>and he has all his fur. I have been feeding him
>>formula he has done #2 already. And what should I
>>start with?
I lost him Dennis, I was giving him formula and did put apple and pelled grape in the dish, the third day he quit eating formula, I thought he might need pedilight so I gave him a little of that. Wayne and I noticed he could not seem to get comfortable and kept trying to lay different places. Not the normal actions of baby fs's. I feel so bad.

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