Hi everyone, I caught a kitten in a ditch full of Brambles in my village on the 4th, somebody had told me that he'd ran under a ladies car, so I went straight up there and managed to catch him on my own. Where he was found, there are no houses around, just fields and ditches with a road. He was absolutely crawling with fleas, and ticks, and had yukky discharge from both eyes. I Frontlined him when I got him home, as I had some frontline spray, and couldn't believe all the fleas that fell off him! I thought he was about 7 weeks. The next day, off to the vets we went, and the vet thought he was 8 weeks. He agreed that he was very underweight and weak, but he said as he wasn't sneezing, he thought he had conjuntivitis rather that cat flu luckily. The drops are clearing his eyes up nicely now. He also said he felt full of worms, and gave me Panacur paste to give him one graduation for 3 days, then he said leave it 2 weeks, then worm him again for another 3 days. He said to expect a lot of worms, and my god he was right! So last night was his 3rd Panacur dose, but I cleaned his litter tray this morning, and his poo is still full of roundworms! I honestly am surprised they didn't cause a blockage in his tummy! Now I'm worried that if I stop worming him for 2 weeks, they'll build up again! Please can someone reasure me that the vets advice is correct about leaving him 2 weeks before his next 3 day dose! Is it because the Panacur only kills the adult worms and not the eggs? I'm worried about this little fella, and although I didn't intend to keep him, as we already have 2 cats, we have fallen in love with him, and he will be staying with us as an indoor cat with access to a large outside pen via cat flap, like my boys do. I really hope they get on ok when introduced. At the moment, he is in a wire top rabbit cage in my hall, well away from my other cats. The vet thinks he was dumped as after settling in, he's quite friendly, and wouldn't be that way if he was feral. Here's some pics of my ill lil boy, I've named him Bramble.