Bottle Feeding Kittens: when you find kittens out on walks, remember that most times they are doing just fine in the care of their mother and do not need human intervention — as we say, “If you see, leave ’em be.”
But if you do not see the mother after six hours of observation or the kittens feel cold to the touch, human intervention may be needed. This video shows you how to properly bottle feed a kitten. Charleston Animal Society’s foster program can help determine the best course of action and provide supplies. Please Click Here for a feeding-weight chart to help keep track of progress.
Our foster program is always looking for people who can devote the time and caring needed for neonatal kittens, we call them our “Emergency Kitten Technician” or “EKT!” Please let our team know if this is something you would like to help with.