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Date Posted: 11:49:54 10/24/10 Sun
Author: Connie and Rain
Subject: Re: Not pooping
In reply to: Connie and Rain 's message, "Re: Not pooping" on 17:40:24 10/22/10 Fri

Hope your little guy is o-kay! Rain will soon be 5 and is thriving. I used the liquid kitten formula, not powder. Only had to use the paper towel for a few days. She was nibbling and eating on her own in no time; but I continued the bottle, mainly for the bonding effect of it! I still let her lick milk off my finger now and again!! I also carried her in my pocket; just because I had no place else to put her, but that ended up being "a good thing" for her, and me!! I'm thinking of you. Take Care.>>Try the old paper towel soaked in warm water trick!
>Rub in a licking motion! Not sure about your formula!
> I used kitten formula!!I have a rescue eyes open,
>about 4 1/2 weeks old. The
>>first 3 days were no problem...now he has not pooped
>>for at least 12 hours. Esimilac is his formula, and he
>>had chewed on grapes, and a pecan half. I tried
>>putting his backside in warm water, and rubbing, but
>>no success...HELP please! I,m already attached...any
>>suggestions please.

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