Just looking for some advice, I have come in this morning to see that one of the kittens has thrown up(I presume, there's no poo in sight and I would have thought there would be if they had come out of the other end! I don't think it was Pip as it was a tiny amount) 5 what I think are roundworms. I understand that this means that the infestation is quite bad They were wormed with Drontal(designed for puppies but as it goes on weight it is what the vet gave us) 2 weeks ago, and are due to be wormed again today anyway. Pip was wormed with Panacur for 3 days after they were born so they should have got some of that through her milk too. Last time they were wormed there were a couple of them that kicked up a fuss, flailed about and tried their best to spit it out. Does anyone have any advice on getting them to keep it down? I was slowly squirting it into their mouths in the side so that it wasn't just going right down their throat as I was worried about them choking. Should I give them more than necessary as I know that some of it will be spat out? The vet told me when she gave me it that it didn't matter if I gave too much as it is gentle stuff. I have my suspicions on which kitten it is, there is one that is lighter than the others but she hasn't lost any weight, she has been gaining every day so I wasn't too worried about her. She was one of the ones doing her best to spit the wormer out too. I thought that the reason for her being lighter is that she has been the most reluctant to eat kitten food, the rest started eating gradually about a week and a half ago(they are 6 weeks today) and since then have been piling on the grams, she only started 2/3 days ago when I resorted to smearing her paws with kitten glop, and she still isn't as keen as the others. They are all active and mischievous and don't have pot-bellies which is why I wasn't too worried that there was anything wrong. Can anyone advise me on anything else that I can do for them? I'm quite worried as I know worms can be really bad.