In the Malta University Residence we also live together with a bunch of cats. They have quite a good life here. But about a week ago, I noticed that one of the kittens was starving and looked like about to die within a few days. It has severely infected eyes and could not find food any more. Looked like what is called a cat flue, which is a virus infection of Feline Herpes Virus-1 (FHV-1), or Feline Calicivirus (FCV), and often comes with bad secondary bacterial infections or toxoplasmosis. There was no way to touch the little guy and bring it to a vet without getting it fight for its life. So all I could do, is to feed it and get the immune system back to shape. As it can't see the food, anything which smells strongly works well, for example sardines. Today it looked relatively fine again, enjoying the sunshine. So I now try additionally to cope with the bacterial part of the problem and smashed an Amoxicillin tablet, which is for human use down to about 2kg / 80kg bodyweight ratio (about 1/40th of the human dose, as I can measure this with my bare eyes). Did not do it earlier, because it might cause a diarrhea, which is not a good idea on a starving animal. Let's see.