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Response to Rhiannon12866 (Original post)

Sun Jul 17, 2016, 11:31 AM

7. It could be true

I'm sure that nutritional deficiency can cause things like seizures.

If she is really only four weeks old, however, she really should be getting kitten milk replacer until she is at least six weeks old. You can mix some dry powder into her wet food or put some in a saucer or bottle.

You can tell her age better by looking at her teeth, because she might be undersized due to starvation. If she seems to have a complete set of baby teeth already, she is probably more like six weeks old.

A normal weight one month old weighs about a pound.

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