Be very careful with flea and tick meds on such a young kitty, SHE! (i know it's too late now but if you didn't poison her consider it a serious stroke of luck.)
I'm sure we didn't poison her. Our neighbor Jessica has the meds and, as she just got rid of her last kitten, the knowledge of how much to give them. She even has the tiny syringe looking things that you give them the medicine with. We used the kitten amounts of everything.
She looks in bad shape, I hope she regains her health quickly, god bless you for taking her in, she obviously needed you.
As of this morning, she was sleeping up high on a shelf in our bathroom. I have no idea how she got there. She also looks much better -- brighter eyes, bushier tail -- that sort of stuff. She also ate with what I can only call gusto.
Oh, and she only had a few sips of milk. She preferred the tuna.
Glad to hear that you rescued her from the tree and are getting her to the vet.
This is actually the second cat rescued from the same tree. The first, Fuzzy Butt (or Skylar) went to my roommate's boyfriend's parents. Rowan is mine. (Well, mine and John's) I will, of course, be getting her fixed as soon as possible. Our city does a discount rate spay/neuter if you qualify, and I should.
Welcome to the cat club!
She is a cutie!
Isn't she? I'm not even a big cat person, but I think she's adorable.