I don't know exactly how old she is actually. I bought her at our local True Value store (they have pets too) but she'd been brought in by someone. They said she was 6-7 wks old, but when I took her to a our small privately owned pet store in town, the lady there who knows cats well, (I've used for store for a few yrs now) said she's only 3-4 wks old. When I look up online she does act like a 3-4 wk old too and looks like the pictures I saw online. The first day she ate well from the dish, (crushed hard food and milk replacement) then the second day would only eat it off a spoon and the 3rd day didn't even like eating it off the spoon, so I got a syringe and went to just the milk and this is the 2nd day on just milk. I weighed her last night and she weighs just over a lb. (I used a kitchen food scale) On my intro post someone said to look for a high quality cann food, so I will look into getting one because she doesn't seem to always like the milk either. I am also going to buy a kitten bottle today and see if she does better with that because I had a softer syringe and she did really well with that, but it broke and the harder ones are hard to only give her a tiny bit and I fear giving her too much at a time and choking her or her aspirating it. She chews at the end, so I'm hoping will suckle on a bottle nipple. What should I look for in a good canned cat food? Should I be getting a kitten canned food or an adult one? What should I be looking for in the ingredients and the nutritional information?