We are a rescue. We are anti breeding in the strongest way.
I took in a stray slender bodied lop female. Not only was she tossed out but pregnant as well.
By her lethargy i figured she was either not feeling well, obese but i kinda knew it wasnt either of those.
2 days, some squealing at 5am and voila TEN babies.
In ten years, this is the first litter for us.
We always make a spay appt for a female stray right away (but i am not inclined to late term spay aborts).
I am going for 0 mortality.
***************My question is does she have 10 teats to feed them all ************???
i am concerned that some won't make it. How is this going to work here?
Is it possible she can feed all of them? Theres so many of them!!!
i figure i will get the KMR powder formula just in case a runt starts to wither.
There is a runt or 2. as of right now all are warm and i quite frankly cannot be sure if their tummies are full and round as i dont know the what an empty stomach looks like.
They look pretty good.
I am prepared to get the KMR and i see it has acidophilus is which is recommended.
Theres also Well and Good, Petco but it had some other odds and ends ingredients in it and i didnt see the acidophilus in it.
Thanks kindly for any input.