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no and yes if the kittens or kitten is less than one month stay away if the mother abandoned it and your parents say you can have take it. if it comes up to you and doesn't have rabies it should be OK but just remember these are wild so be careful!

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To get rid of stray cats all you can do really is either take it to a veterinarian, shelter or your home. If your interested in keeping a stray cat or kitten you should see a veterinarian or your veterinarian. You also can just drop a kitten or cat you found at a local shelter.


kittens can live inside or out. It all depends on their bread if the cat is a stray cat than its an outside cat/kitten.


female cats are protective of their kittens but that doesn't mean they can be protective of other kittens whether their strays or not so yes a female cat will probably adopt a stray kitten if she knows that kitten cant take care of itself


He is both a pet cat, because you can pet it, and a stray cat because you can stray it. :)


A stray kitten under 7 weeks of age usually still drinks it's mother's milk. If it does not have a mother that you know of you should bring it to your veterinarian and ask. They may put your kitten in with a mother that just had kittens, or suggest you feed it kitten milk from your grocery store. If they are older than 7 weeks you can try wet or dry cat food and a tiny bowl of milk or some water.


Yes, a stray cat is multicellular.


A stray cat may just be a cat which wanders outside all the time. A feral cat is a cat that isn't used to being around humans and may be terrified around them or violent. Stray cats usually aren't violent or terrified of people.


you bath a kitten just like you bath a baby you just need cat shampoo.


Colors are all in the genes of the cat. Could be a cat in it's background was a colour point and it just came out in that kitten


if the cat seems to be afraid of people it is usually a stray.


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just keep the cat away from the kitty.


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no your kitten will not get killed by the larger cat since your kitten is younger your kitten wants to follow it around because its bigger and its smarter your kitten is actully learning stuff by following the big cat because big cats knoiw how to hunt and be sneaky do not worry your kitten is just fine i have a kitten and a very large cat 30 lbs and he's fine but keep your kitten away from dogs!if a dog charges at your kitten the dog can break your kittens neck


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Did you see that stray cat run across the street.You can't stray very far off the path. That stray cat has returned.


I dont quite know what you are asking but it is unusual for a cat to just have one kitten, however its not uncommon


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