Saturday, July 01, 2006

Can anyone help?

Mama Bear from the Four Bears in the Woods needs help with her kitten Oreo who is very sick. If you have any suggestions, please leave them in the comments over at the Four Bears site or here.

Below is a copy of her post for help:

I NEED HELP WITH MY SICK KITTEN
I am desperate and have already gone to AIP's blog site to see if anyone can help me because I really don't get that many readers. I have a very sick little bitty kitten. My Oreo is very sick with a fever and chilling. He won't get up to eat or drink. He is very tired. I read on the internet to give them Pedialyte 2 tsp every 2 hours but I was wondering if anyone had any suggestions. I would greatly appreciate it. He feels very hot and his heart is beating so fast.
I really don't want to lose another cat so if anyone can help me, maybe you have been in the same situation and the vet suggested something or you know of something, PLEASE LET ME KNOW... We all would greatly appreciate it.
Thank you,
Mama Bear

6 comments:

The Four Bears in the Woods said...

Thank you so much Sandy for posting this for me on your blog. We really appreciate it and I know Oreo will too. THANK YOU... you are so sweet.

Granny said...

I dropped over to wish her well. I wish I knew something to help but we haven't had much luck when they're that tiny; especially the strays.

doubleknot said...

I left a comment of my experience on the Four Bears site. It is so hard with the tiny ones. I would really hate to see them lose this adorable kitten. Every two hours is too long a wait between giving them liquid - even a drop or two every fifteen or twenty minuets keeps them from dehydration which is usually what kills them.

HORIZON said...

So sad about your wee kitten there- wish l knew of someway to help.
Hope all turns out well in the end.
Bests

PEA said...

I've left a message on her blog...hopefully someone can help her!!

Kerri said...

Poor little baby! I hope the sweet tiny kitten is on the mend. It sounds like antibiotics might have been needed. Of course, that means visiting the vet, which is outrageously expensive and out of the reach of our pocketbooks sometimes, these days.