Karen, I agree with Elissa that 7 hours is too long. I really don t want to take that chance with these babies that it will be too long for them on Sunday. I dMessage 1 of 6 , Aug 20, 2010View SourceKaren,I agree with Elissa that 7 hours is too long.I really don't want to take that chance with these babies that it will be too long for them on Sunday.I'd take them in a heartbeat if I didn't have this commitment at the Skylight.Karen, can you keep them until Monday???Yes, I can meet you at Regency Mall today. I'll call. 1:30ish is fine.Thanks
On Aug 20, 2010, at 9:23 AM, Ebru1331@... wrote:if they are only 2-3 weeks old 6 hours should be the limit and that is pushing it. i feed my guys every 4 hours at that age, especially if they are undersized or dehydrated from what they have been through on the previous few days. let me know if i can be of help. especially with feeding issues. i can give you my number if need be. sincerely elissa.In a message dated 8/20/2010 9:19:03 A.M. Central Daylight Time, murrznpurrz@... writes:The kitties should be fine for 7 hours as long as they get food just before you leave & again right away when you get back.I could have Darren meet you this afternoon with the babies & the medicine for Walker (we have had Walker's meds since Tuesday afternoon, just been busy & short on time trying to do Lake Geneva Petco.Call my cell 262-492-1804 or Darren's cell 262-492-5273, meet time would have to be about 1:30 -ish around Regincy off of Hwy 11.Karen
oh shoot.I just remembered Frank and I are volunteer ushers at the Skylight Theater in Milwaukee on Sunday.Which means I can't do kitten feedings on Sunday afternoon.We'll be gone from about noon to 7pm.I don't think they are old enough to go without a feeding for that long.You'd have to keep them until Monday... unless you want to come up to my house to kitty sit them on Sunday and do the feedings while I'm gone...Can you wait until Monday? Or do you want to kitty sit while I'm at the Skylight?Or maybe you've had another offer to take 'em... let me know what you think.
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On Aug 20, 2010, at 12:22 AM, Laycock Designs wrote:
Karen,I'd be happy to take them.I even have formula because the little newborn i took in yesterday didn't make it through the night. So I can take them.How about we make a deal...If you drive your two baby kitties up here (or meet me part-way) and bring the medicine for Walker (Stomititis kitty) up here - Kathy says there is some at the store now if you can bring it, I can take your kitties.I just would rather not drive all the way into Kenosha (I've got too much work here).And also then you can take a look at Walker's mouth which has gotten worse.Would that work for you?:)MMy Blog Banner Service: http://laycockdesigns.comMichelle - Southeastern WI - Luckycatstampers=^..^= =^..^= =^..^= =^..^="They're only crayons. You didn't fear them in kindergarten, why fear them now?" ~ Hugh MacLeod
On Aug 19, 2010, at 10:09 PM, Karen or Darren wrote:
Is there anyone out there in SW Kenosha or SE Walworth County area that is able to care for a couple of orphan kittens that are about 2-3 weeks old (starting to get teeth in). They will not take a bottle and just barely starting to take formula from me if I syringe feed bits at a time (just started to take formula late this evening.Send me an email off list please. I don't have the health or energy to take care of these babies to the degree that they need. I could meet in the morning.Thanks,Karen~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
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