This morning when I went to the barn to feed the 2 cats, a little kitten about 8 weeks old came out from under the barn covered in cobwebs. No problem, I picked her up, very friendly, must have been socialized somewhere and she can stay here no problem. BUT, then I ran an errand to the local USDA office and find a little kitten under a truck crying, my guess is 2 weeks old, no more than 3 and just skin over bones! I'm sure he hadn't nursed his momma in a while. I told him if he came out from under there, I'd take care of him and he did! So, I got some kitten food and moistened it with water and he ate like the starving kitty he is. He is so little and scrawny, I bought a litter box and brought him into the laundry room for the night and a towel to lay on with fresh food and water. I plan on keeping him in at night until he gets a little bigger. I can't keep him in the house due to cat allergies. I'll bring him to the vet on Monday as I'm sure he has a little belly full of worms and appears to have a slight eye infection and probably ear mites. He spent the afternoon sleeping on grandkids laps and is now quite acclimated to humans. My question is are ones this young likely to survive without momma on just kitten food? Someone told me not to give him milk because they can't digest cows milk? Any suggestion on what else to do for him? He's a cute little buggar. If he survives, he'll be one of the barn cats.