When they are born, and they never need help. If your cat is having kittens it is important to keep the kitty shelter clean. Many times mommy kitten will take care of the kittens themselves, but the bedding will be nasty if it is not kept clean. Yes you can move the kittens, if you are scared of hurting the kittens by handling them slide a washcloth under them and lift them out of the bedding that way to clean it or change it.
Kittens are born completely dependent, so for the first few weeks of their lives, a mother cat has to stimulate bladder and bowel movements by washing the area underneath the kitten's tail. By around four weeks old, a kitten's digestive system is developed sufficiently that a kitten and defecate and urinate on their own, and by five weeks, some kittens will start to explore the litter tray by copying their mother.
You can start giving your kitten regular cat food when he is about 1-year-old.
A kitten can have cat grass at any time; it is perfectly safe for all ages of cat and kitten. There is no set age a kitten should have cat grass, however.
Puppies already know how to poop. Edit: The original answer is incorrect. Puppies need stimulation to poop and urinate when they are first born. Typically the mother will lick the puppy to get it to urinate or poop, but if the owner needs to assist then you can use a warm paper towel on their stomach and anus to get them to use the bathroom. This is very important until they can do it on their own, which is about 2 weeks after birth typically.
there really is no age... when the kitten first leaves its mother it misses her and wants her to come to it.. once the kitten gets used to its new house and new people they will stop.. and start purring more
Fully grown (unneutered) male cats sometimes urinate to mark territory, but your kitten is too young and the wrong gender!Also, at that age she is probably fully litter trained. I would suspect a urinary tract infection - have you taken her to the vet?
A male kitten typically does not start spraying, it sprays at all, until 6 months of age. A kitten neutered before it starts to spray is less likely to do so.
When it is able to fully digest the kitten food, at about 5 weeks of age.
You should start picking them up from day one. They need to be socialized.
its best to follow instructions on the packet but here is a rough idea from birth to 5/6 and then you can start weaning them on to mashed up kitten food.
I was surprised to see my kitten catching and killing mice at four months old.
trainers will start breaking and training the horses as soon as they can. I think they start racing at about 2-3 years of age. hope I helped! Tuxedo-kitten xxx Most start at age 2.