bottle baby

bottle baby

n. an alcoholic. The bottle babies sat there, waiting to be thrown out at closing time.
See also: baby, bottle
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A bottle baby kitten is one that is not yet weaned of its mother's milk, and needs to be fed a powdered milk substitute with a bottle on a strict schedule throughout the day.
Hannah Washington, who manages the "cattery" at Greenhill's First Avenue Shelter, led the hour-long bottle baby class.
That means that when a foster family isn't available to take home a bottle baby kitten, staff members do it instead.
Washington is currently caring for a bottle baby kitten named Bastet - named for the Egyptian goddess of cats.
Daniel found the cutest bottle baby heifer whose mother died.
This started when the woman who had fostered my kitty before I adopted him asked me to help her feed some bottle baby kittens that she was fostering.
I used to be a bottle baby but at the age of six I pushed the cork out and escaped.
On page 8, we highlight the bottle baby foster parent program available at the East Valley Animal Care Center in North Hollywood.
Christina's baby doll image and provocative lyrics - "I'm a genie in a bottle baby, come on get me out" and "rub me the right way" - have also generated the same sort of publicity.
No matter the motivation, it's important to get your bottle baby off to a good start.
At first, your bottle baby may not take to an artificial nipple and milk replacer, especially if they have nursed some from their mother.
A bottle baby will come to recognize you as a food source, and begin to make demands with a head butt or hoof strike.
The result of not properly socializing a bottle baby could be an animal that you may have to get rid of because it has become dangerous to you or your family.