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Is kitten milk replacer really good for any baby mammal in an emergency?
Also, what do I all need for if/when I find orphaned and/or hurt birds and small mammals
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>>2385156
works for bunnies
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To my knowledge kmr works on all mammals, at least in the case of a short-term emergency. Not birds. There is special baby bird formula that you can buy at pet stores
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>>2385158
>gave it to a bunny
>bunny failed to put on a gram of weight and died suddenly after a few weeks

Not sure what I did wrong.
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You're making sure not to pick up fledglings, right?
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>>2385184
There's a hundred thousand things that could have gone wrong, many of which could have been independent from feeding. Same with feeding kittens too. The younger an animal, the less it's chance of survival without it's mother. Especially if it's a wild animal.




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