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Tube Feeding Kittens


     Many of your know that I run an orphan kitten rescue called the Lazarus Rescue Foundation with my friend. We can't always take a kitten in, whether they aren't close enough, or we are just simply out of space. A couple months ago an online friend need some help, her vet wasn't in and tube feeding was her only option. She didn't know how so I made a quick video to show her how. Now excuse the mess it was not meant to go on the Web but I don't currently have any kittens to make a new video with and I have been getting requests for it :) remember please do not attempt tube feeding without discussing it with your vet first. You must have the appropriate supplies available and there can be no short ends. Please sterilize your supplies before every use, these babies have enough struggles. If the video does not load you can view it HERE!

Comments

Melanie Burbage said…
Those are so adorable! You do amazing work! Your dedication and love for them really shine through the daily updates on the FB Page! ( psst make a FB page follow button for that)
Crystal said…
You do this so fast in person. This seems like slow motion.

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