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Mom does rescue but hasn't had a litter this young; abt 2 weeks or less.
Kittens are very cranky and she has trouble adjusting her bottle giving to her naps; I mean is it OK to wake up the babies when they are asleep but it is their feeding time? They are four orphans, skinny, love the bottle but after nursing and all they'll cry and cry or take a ityybitty nap and cry some more. When is time 4 feeding they are sound asleep..what do you think? No vets on weekends here so it'll be Mo before she can take them to be checked. They are dehydrated she was hoping that with the formula they'd hold until Mo.
She'll try some Karo, is it light or dark? And/or sugar water with a dropper.