5 months ago
Last edited at 9:58AM on 7/23/2013
No do NOT use cow's milk.
First take them to the vet for a checkup. They can tell you how best to care for the kittens and can teach you how to feed them. They will also need checked for worms or infections. Go to the store and buy either Esbilac Kitten formula, or KMR (kitten milk replacement.) Also buy an eyedropper or small syringe. You will have to feed them every couple of hours if they are very young (vet will tell you.) Get a cardboard box, a blanket, and a heat pad or electric blanket. Place the heat pad under one side of the box, and put the blanket in the box like a nest. That way your kittens have a warm spot but can move if they get too warm.
no, that might irritate their bellies. Go to the Pet store and feed them formula with a kitten bottle. You will have to do this continuously until they are old enough to eat solid foods. Make sure you have a schedule set up so that you don't forget to feed one of the little ones.
go to the pet store and buy kitten milk, it could be called cat milk, they might also have this at the other stores such as walmart, if you can't make it to a pet store, buy the smallest baby bottles you can find, you might have to make the hole in at alittle bigger, other-wise use the kitten bottles at the pet store, read the insturtions on the back o0f the kitten bottle, and milk BEFORE using.
Buy kitten formula. You can try to feed them with a bottle, but in my experience it is better to use a small syringe or eyedropper. If you have never cared for newborn kittens before, I suggest you go to the vet and ask for help.
The answers are already there, but as a small snack, because ferrets are lactose intolerant, sometimes I give him some ice cubes mixed with a tsp. of whipping cream, loves it. But I don't have any experience with kittens, so yeah.