The only way you can be sure is by taking your cat to your vet. I take all my new pets to our vet for a good going over. The vet will also give you good tips on raising the pet, what food is the healthiest and all the shots they should have. Marcy Some vet clinics offer a free, new kitten check-up. Call around to see if there's one available in your area and/or surrounding area. Generally speaking, if the kitten is eating, drinking, using the litter box (going #1 & #2), gaining weight, being playful, and doesn't have any obvious ailments (runny/goopy eyes or nose, worms, etc.), the odds are that your kitten is healthy. However, it is always best to have your new kitten examined by a vet, vaccinated, dewormed, and spayed/neutered (at 5-6 months). And, I can't stress the spay/neuter part enough! It will eliminate a lot of future problems & headaches.... spraying, pregnancy, driving you crazy with the yowling/crying to get outside, etc.
You will know when a newborn kitten is dead when the kitten is no longer breathing. The kitten will need to be taken away from the mother and disposed of.
How would we know? I hope you find your kitten soon.
There is no word for a "young kitten" that I know of, and 'kitten' is usually used to describe a young cat.
How you know that your kitten is sick is when he/she isn't playful, and when it's sleepy. If your kitten vomit, change food. You also have to change the food when your kitten is having diarrhea. Don't forget that if your kitten is sick, keep him/her warm. If your kitten doesn't want to eat food, you have to go to the vet. Yes this is a good way to tell.
Basically, the cat comes to you. But, you really just know what kitten you want... from the start!
I think it depends on the cat. My mom had a cat and her kitten died and for like the next year or two she was looking for her kitten.
i know lots of cats who have had only one kitten. Don't worry if your cat has. one of my cats had just one kitten and she is as healthy as she can be.
they run into things!!
Go to the vet
The best way to convince a mom to get a kitten is to let mom know that you are responsible. Tell your mom that you will feed and love the kitten and always take care of it.
You can't tell if they will be fluffy or not. As the kitten gets older it will get easier to tell if the kitten is longhaired or shorthaired, but in very young kittens it is very difficult to tell.
Check if the kitten has testicles.
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actually if your kitten does not go to it it means that either it does not know where it is or it does not have a very useful brain.
Healthy food makes us live longer, have more energy , and we have less health problems.
That's a funny question. I'm not sure because I don't know your kitten or cat but my best guess is that the kitten is still not fully weaned yet and still wants to suck his/her mother's milk. The kitten must've mistaken it.
As playful as a kitten
you will not be heathly
multiply by 7
no you never know what they will do in there
If the kitten is not the cats then your cat is probably putting this annoying, playful little kitten in it's place. If your cat is just jutting out her paw without claws extended then she is telling the kitten who is boss. However, if the cat is biting or being nasty to the kitten then you are going to have to separate them for awhile and if this doesn't work you will have to consider giving the kitten away to someone you know. Generally in time your cat will tolerate the kitten as it starts to grow up.
Some male cats know a kitten is theirs by their scent and mother, but most males even if they know the kitten is theirs will probably not want to have much to do with it, because of the mother cat's protectiveness over her children. However a few male cats will actually bring food to the mother and babies and take care of them part of the time.
I dont quite know what you are asking but it is unusual for a cat to just have one kitten, however its not uncommon
The cute kitten cuddled comfortably on the couch