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Q. Some one dropped him off at my door. He won't eat and it seems like he doesn't have any energy. He might be 3 months old.

A. Try and get him to eat. Even if it's boiled chicken and rice in 1:1 ratio. You may have to hand feed him. Offer him some water too. You can try calling your local municipality m, animal services or a rescue group to collect him. Most vets will take them in and hold them for the city/animal control and treat them.

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KATIE SHANNON

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