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I would definately give her milk replacement. There's one called KMR that's really good. At six weeks she should be able to eat some "real" food but at that age they still drink milk so you're right about the replacement. You can check if she's dehydrated by gently pinching the skin in her neck, if it falls donw all the way quickly she's OK but if it stays up for a moment she's dehydrated. I would take her to a vet for a general health check and you'll probably get a lot of good advise about how to care for her to.

Congratulations to your kitty! :D
 
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