We want more! We want more!
Great news.....over one hour or so, Bagheera drank 3ml of milk! He only takes about 0.5ml each time, and his feeding needs to be spread out. Well, that's how mother-cats feed also, isn't it? It's feeding on demand.
After a feed, I put them back and they would play for awhile before mewing again. That means they want milk again.
So, in this way, they know how to ask for milk when hungry.
Baloo drank a lot, again. But not too much, of course. Kittens know how much they need. And when they have had enough, they would just turn their heads or push the syringe out.
Indy checks in.
Cow already stopped at the door to take a look earlier and he ran out.
Pole would be the only one who doesn't know they are here. Not yet.
My alphas don't harm kittens, but they would start chasing when the kittens become a threat to them (maybe round about 6 months old). That is why I cannot foster adult cats. It would be havoc in the house!! Or, my alphas might pack their bags and run away from home....