I have a 4 week old kitten that is not breathing and I don’t know how to revive him. He was stuck in the litter box for about 3 days and when he finally got out, his chest was wet like he had been vomiting or something like that (he didn’t). The vet said it looked like pneumonia but she couldn’t feel anything in his chest so we took him home. Now we can see he has no energy at all and doesn’t eat either. What do we do?
Thank you for your question! It sounds as though your kitten may be experiencing some type of illness and needs to get better fast before things take a turn for worse. You could try getting started with the following dosages listed below which will help boost your kitty’s immune system: 1/4 teaspoon daily within 30 minutes after each meal, up to 5 times per day; plus 1/2 teaspoon twice daily mixed into food or used directly on skin using an eye dropper or syringe if necessary; plus 10 drops three times daily under tongue using drop applicator bottle provided by PetDocOnlineAdmin@gmail.com . Do NOT feed any commercial pet foods containing any kind of antibiotics such as Coccidioides immitis – this is especially important during cold winter months where respiratory infections are prevalent – it can lead to bacterial resistance against human medications being prescribed due to these non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs being removed from their bodies by