POP – 25451, MANNY – 25452, PRIN – 25453 & TINA – 25454
Safe - 4-17-2018 Brooklyn
SAFE 4/17/18 *NEED PLACEMENT BY 6PM* 4 Adorable 3-Week-Old Nuggets Need You ASAP! @BACC. These adorable little fluffballs aren’t currently eating on their own, although one did lick some slurry that was offered. Prin 25453 appears to have a little difficulty using his hind legs, but since they’re currently at our Queens Admission Center a vet isn’t able to look at them yet. Since they’re not eating on their own they need placement by 6pm today!
POP – 25451, MANNY – 25452, PRIN – 25453 & TINA – 25454 – 3 Weeks Old
Is there a queen: No
Age: 3 weeks
Eyes open: yes
Umbilical cord attached: no
Weight: 13.4, 13.6, 12.4, 14.2
Eating on own Not interested in wet food mixed with KMR. One kitten licked the food
Any apparent illness: no
Any apparent injuries: 25453 doesn’t walk on her back legs as well but still moves around No injuries seen.
Any signs of ringworm: no
Please describe behavior: allowed all handling: friendly.
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