msolga, I'll pm you with a yahoo address for c.d.
I have a printout of the last Abuzz master mailing list, as of spring 2002
Long time no see!
Hello mckenzie! Lovely to see you again! And thank you ... I've emailed the address you gave me for cd & we'll see what happens!
uhoh! I just received the no longer reachable message from my server!
Thanks for trying, mac!
Our Musha used to have the same problem, and the vet told us to use Science Diet Kitten diet; I think it was also specifically for digestive issues. She was gassy and stinky. It seemed expensive at first, but since the servings are pretty small it was really comparable. I agree that you should take your kitten off milk; he's no longer young enough to need it. Also, while it may be tempting to give treats, don't give in; just go with plain water and the dry Science Diet. Keep close tabs on his weight and follow the directions for serving size closely.
After he's gone a couple months without being stinky, then you might try adding different things to his diet. However, just as with a human infant, try only one new thing at a time for a few days. If you get a negative reaction don't use that product again for a long time, if there isn't a problem just keep track of what is ok. After you've tried solitary extras you could move on to combinations; sometimes two single ingredients won't be a problem, but if mix them and you could have a problem.kwim?
Have you checked the environs? Cat's are known to get into all sorts of stuff (admittedly not as much as dogs). I had a cat once that used to steal chocolate from me. Maybe your kitten is tucking into something of which you would not approve when you're not watching.