hey my kitty cat is only 3 weeks old and his mum died 2 weeks ago i feet them but now one of...
them is noo moving and no eating he sleeps old day and he cries in his sleep i try to feet him but he dont eat what i shall do ? please answer me i m desperate
The first thing that comes to mind is...do you stimulate them after every feeding? Young kittens don't yet have the muscle tone to produce a bowel movement on their own, and without their mother's licking during nursing they need a rub-down with a warm towel. If their abdomens look distended at all, then this is most likely the problem. Other than that, sounds like that little one needs to get to a vet ASAP...once an animal stops eating, it doesn't have long left.
My best answer to you is take it to a Veterinarian. Don't try to play doctor or ask questions, go to a professional.
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