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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 03-11-2005, 10:08 AM Thread Starter
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What to put in care package?

I am making my boyfriend's cat a care package after she gives birth. I have made her a bed and have some treats for her, but I can't really think of anything that I shoud put in it. I was thinking of maybe a Spirit Essece, but I am didn't know for sure. Does anyone have any suggestions? Thanks!
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She will need lots of excellent and "soupy" food--perhaps something a bit more expensive than usual. How about a new bowl? Also, the kitty box will need to be changed frequenty, so perhaps some pads ( in the baby department) or a check to help with her spaying or for the kittens' vaccinations. Sounds like a fun idea!


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do you have the money for special food for her while she weans?
personally I don't so I made special machine washable fleece box pad things for after the birth, an every kitten gets one for their prospective homes so they have something kinda familiar when they're relocated.

for the mother cat, I've heard that high quality kitten chow is best 'cause of the calories in it but I've seen special nursing formulas
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