I’m so sorry to hear about your kittens’ plight. It sounds like a very difficult situation. Fortunately, there are a few options for removing botfly larvae from kittens and cats.
The first is to take your kittens to a veterinarian who can properly remove the larvae.
The second option is to try to remove the larvae yourself, using a pair of tweezers or forceps to gently remove the larvae from the skin. However, be sure to use gloves and be very gentle and careful when attempting this. Finally, you can try using a topical insecticide to kill the larvae and then manually remove them.
Whatever option you choose, I wish you and your kittens the best of luck!
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