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To feed a baby kitten without a mother, feed it a kitten milk replacement formula using a sterilized feeding bottle.

For a particularly small kitten, you may want to use a syringe or dropper to feed it instead.

You should feed the kitten for 5-10 minutes every 2 hours, and never go longer than 4 hours in between feedings.

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