Litter 15, who arrived at 50K with eyes unopened and umbilical cords still attached. Maybe 3 days old. They all looked identical, so the shelter put white tape on their tails with the numbers 1, 2, 3, and 4. We renamed them Uno, Whitey, Poe, and Nickel. Uno and Poe succumbed to fading-kitten syndrome, while Clavamox helped Whitey and Nickel survive.
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