They are born with them
Catfish do have children, but they are not called kittens. The catfish got its name by the whiskers it.
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The Mother cats chew them off to "low down" the kittens.
Names that suit what it looks like etc. Caramel Ginger Tabby Cookie? Or just normal cat names: Whiskers Coco Fluffy
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I believe that it is.
it is perfectly normal. usually what happens is that she leaves the kittens alone so she can provide them whatever they need.
Yes, there is no problem with that
Yes it is normal. Kittens teethe just like children or dogs. A new set will start to grow in.
A cat's whiskers are very important to them. Cats use their whiskers as a guidance to notify them if they can fit into a small area. Without them, cats can still live a normal life.
its just part of the normal shedding process.
It's totally normal. Whiskers are merely a specialized hair that may break anywhere along it's length and the whisker will continue growing as long as the follicle is undamaged.
Maybe he has a cold...............
Yes. However, they should not be purposely trimmed--they protect the cat from going into tight spots.
No. Talk to a vet.
Yes, kittens get "adult wiskers" when they are 12-16 weeks old. His baby wiskers should all fall out and new ones will grow in shortly. If they don't please call your vet. Good luck!
sometimes they will or they wont its not really sure
Yes, it is normal, and yes, they will grow back. Cats shed whiskers just as they shed fur. Losing a whisker is no problem unless there is bleeeding or swelling and drainage at the site.Provided there are no signs of illness, injury, or infection. If there are get your friend to the vet ASAP. Then yes, it is ok and quite normal for a cat to loose their whiskers. Even though they may be a little clumsy at times. Cats whiskers are used to help them keep their balance, sense of direction, as well as to judge how close they are to certain objects. So if your cat is missing more than a couple of whiskers and is occasionally bumping into things he never has before, don't be surprised by it. Give it a couple of weeks and you should notice the whiskers starting to regrow.Whiskers are a form of hair shaft that just grows longer and stronger than the rest of the cat's fur. Losing a few is normal as cats shed these just like they shed and regrow the rest of the hairs all over their body. If you notice that the cat has a brittle coat with lots of hairs breaking easily it could signal a health problem usually malnutrition but a couple of whiskers being lost is fine and normal. Kittens playing rough with each other may have caused yours to break a couple of them.
Kittens, probably with the exception of newborns, will look much like a smaller version of their mother. Young kittens usually have very short bodies, legs and faces, which develop as they get older. Like adults, kittens have fur, whiskers, four legs, paws and legs, and two upright ears (with the exception of the Scottish Fold breed).
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as much as the normal cat has.