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Old July 2nd, 2014, 08:36 PM
Longblades Longblades is offline
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Unfortunately you need to Vet those kittens. It's probably something akin to a cold we get in people. Animals from rescue are stressed, housed with sick animals (not on purpose but often you can't tell ahead of time who is sick, same as with us) and it could be dangerous to the kittens. You don't know for sure what it is so you need to find out. For their sake and your own cats' sake.

Sheesh, years ago I got a mother and kitten from the OSPCA and two days later they were the same. The Vet told me cats have, rarely, been known to suffocate when they get congested because some just will not breathe through their mouths. Both of mine did mouth breathe. And imagine if you will, cutting an aspirin into eighths to give to a kitten that weighs 1.4 pounds. It was not fun and it took them over two weeks to get better.
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