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post #1 of 1 (permalink) Old 09-03-2012, 11:55 AM Thread Starter
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new rescue kitten

hi there just adopted a kitten from a rescue centre. He had been abandoned in a bin with his litter and has been at the rescue centre for the past 2 months. His brothers were very excitable and energetic whilst he was quite shy and timid. Got him home about 3pm yesterday and put him in my bedroom to get him used to the house without being too big of an area. Second he was out of the pet carrier he went under my chest of drawers. Wouldn't come out at all but we left him on his own and he appears to have eaten a small amount of kitten food. Stayed under the chest of drawers until about 9.30pm and ventured under the bench in the same room. Hasn't eaten since or drank and is still hiding (now in different room) and have managed to have a brief cuddle with him but he seems a bit too scared. He doesn't struggle, just shakes. Any ideas about food? Have offered him cooked chicken, kitten food and dry kitten food but nothing seems to take his fancy.
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