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Hi, Robert. Unfortunately, we cannot write prescriptions through the website. The veterinary licensing boards require that a valid client-patient relationship occur which involves a veterinarian examining a pet in person.If the mother has developed mastitis, the recommendation is to remove the young and continue to bottle raise them. The mother should not be allowed to nurse any further and she should be placed on a strict antibiotic regimen.
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Clavamox is the one most commonly used in my professional experience. It's often easy to dose and well tolerated by the queen. Again, remember that the kittens need to be removed from the mother and hand raised.
Checking in, Robert. How is Mama kitty doing?