Sorry! I didnt see this. Well, it didnt go to waste. I work with a biologyteacher that has a reptile and snake rescue in his classroom. The bigger snake had a good snack.Well, that's not good. How's the lil fella doing?
You can also add a tablespoon of 100% heavy whipping cream with no sugar to each can of Kitten milk and use a syringe to feed it. They don't do nipples well. Unfortunately it's a slim chance it will survive but it never hurts to try, I did.Alrighty. A neighbor just gave us a wild baby bunny. They thought it was ours at first but suspected it may be wild and thought it was hurt. It does have splayed legs but seems just fine. It survived the night so far. I have no idea how old it is but not weaned for sure. It isnt drinking water, eating carrot, banana or any greens I picked from the outside - dandelion, tender beet greens, tiny ground ivy leaf. So we got some kitten milk and will try that. I have no idea where their nest may be so I cant really put it back outside.