The best advice of all is to get her to a vet or to an animal shelter, if this is something you cannot or will not do the following is acceptable. It depends on the injury. If its obviously minor you would care for it as you would if the injury was on a little child. Splinting if needed with cardboard or hard paper for sprains. If its an open wound you would shave the fur, clean well and use an antibiotic ointment, bandage and splint if needed. While kitty is ill, use some pediatric multivitamins in her bottle to help her immune system. Your little kitten needs to see a vet. Pets look to their owners for love and care and we need to provide that for them. A vet that can't make a deal with someone who can't afford to pay right away isn't much of a vet in my eyes. My vet is a woman and wonderful. Of course she works hard and wants to make money like anyone else, but she does many things for free if she feels the person is sincere. Go into a vet and explain the circumstances (try several vets if you have too) and you can offer to sweep the back rooms, clean cages and take the dogs there out in back for a bit of fresh air. You can pay the debt off this way. GET YOUR KITTEN TO THE VETS!
You should consult a vet. If the mother isn't feeding the puppy she could be rejecting it from the rest of the litter . Most runts get the neglected end of mom,or they get pushed away from the teet by the pther puppies. But its a time to contact a vet and get the puppy nursing . A vet will advise you on a feeding schedule as well as what to feed the puppy.
Gradually reduce the amount of milk you are feeding each day and supply extra hay
You would have to bottle feed the puppy until it is old enough to wean and get on solid food. If it is two weeks old and healthy that could happen fairly soon. There are puppy milk formulas available that you can feed or you can make your own. There are several recipes on line if you search "bottle feeding puppies". Bottle feeding infant puppies can be very difficult but if a puppy is already two weeks old it should be easier.
If mom is unable to feed the pups, they'll need to be bottle-fed until they're old enough to be weaned. Check with your Vet for appropriate formula, bottles, amounts, frequency, and duration of bottle-feeding for the pups.
First and foremost...keep them warm! Get them to a vet or a resuce that handles rejected neonate kittens. If you are going to bottle raise them yourself...Get some KMR (kitten milk replacement) and get ready for feeding every 2 hours and learn how to stimulate them to go to the bathroom after every feeding.
The main advantage of feeding a small animal via a pet bottle is that you will bond with the animal quickly. The disadvantages include the time spent feeding the animal and the animal most likely will be harder to wean from that bottle than if they were nursing from their mother.
One can use bottle feeding when one has a baby animal or human. Bottle feeding has a huge advantage over breast feeding because it is not always legal to breast feed in public.
Feeding a calf, especially feeding it milk replacer from a bottle or bucket.
Breast feeding cannot be replaced by the bottle feeding. The reason is that you cannot find the purest milk from anywhere other than mother's milk. It is possible that you suck the breast milk and save it in bottle for later feeding.
my son not sleep without bottle feeding he is 3 year old
by bottle feeding
breast feeding because you have more of a bond with your child and breast milk is better for them then formula
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They are very well behaved if handled from birth.we are bottle feeding 3,,kids love feeding them.