PITTSBURGH, Sept. 20, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- An inventor from Bridgeton, N.J., has developed the patent pending SURROGATE NURSER, a line of simulated surrogate nursing animals that are used for bottle feeding orphaned kittens, puppies, rabbits, etc., simultaneously.
"As a cat rescuer, I needed a way to feed kittens in a more realistic and natural way. I developed my invention as a result of this need and to help save the kittens I rescue," said the inventor. The SURROGATE NURSER offers animal lovers a feeding aid that is more like the animals' own mother. It nourishes orphaned baby mammals by promoting healthy nursing. It also encourages bottle feeding. This item is capable of feeding multiple infant animals at one time. This easy-to-use and machine-washable item offers practical, lifelike features that may resemble a variety of animals.
The inventor went on to say, "SPCA's and shelters are overwhelmed with orphan kittens and do not have the manpower to bottle feed them one at a time, nor do they always get fosters to help, so unfortunately the animal cannot be saved. This will help eliminate some of the need for fosters."
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