If you use a veterinary product made specifically for kittens, if it is an emergency (i.e., the kitten's stomach is a solid ball of worms), you might try it this early if the vet advises you to. But in my world with my cats, it would have to be a real emergency. Don't use anything over-the-counter.
I know your Vet will disagree totally with this but I would strongly advise you to wait until kittens are at LEAST 6-8weeks old before using a dewormer on them.....this are very harsh especially on ones struggling to gain weight and thrive already....here in Canada thats never advised before that age and only than IF very healthy!!!! please put off for another 6 weeks at least..:))
Whoops, wormed not worked lol.
Post a photo if you can. There is nothing cuter than babies.
aww sounds so cute, I'd love a kitten:) youre doing a great job cat88...tell me what do you mean by getting them 'worked' this week? not vac's so young I HOPE...?
annie is right these kitties will be totally socialized and yes big annoying spoiled kitties, just the way we like them...lol
They sound like they are doing great. Did you ever get a stomach tube for feeding them? They are a lot more convenient (and a whole lot less messy) than a bottle, once you get the hang of it.
Because of all the early handling and bonding with humans, these kitties will be totally well socialized and never spooky of people. That's going to be one pair of wonderful cats.