If the kitten has already weaned off milk, they can eat soft baby food like products, although be sure none of these have onion or garlic in them. They do best with things like plain chicken. Do not feed them vegetables or products containing vegetables, or cow's milk. If they still need milk, talk to a veterinarian about buying bottles of cat milk formula.
Please note that human foods (unless you wish to feed your kitten a raw diet - which requires a lot of research) should never be substituted for a complete and balanced cat food.
Preferrably not - cats do not get stomach aches from excessive stomach acid like humans do. You could make your cat very ill if you gave it Tums.
May cat has never told me the cause of her stomach aches, no matter how many times I ask her. Cats do vomit bile, and antacids can be used for temporary relief. You don't give them peptobismol, but you can give them tums regular formula. Avoid antacids with magnesium, like tums smoothies. If it persists and can no longer be considered acute, have your cat checked by their vet.
No; feline distemper is a completely different virus from canine distemper. Although some larger species from the cat family (e.g. lions) can be infected by canine distemper virus.
it means they are cats with yellow stuff on their ears.
Yes, but the vitamins and minerals in the kitten food are much better for it. Anyway, the adult food won't kill it!
Depending where the abscess is... it usually needs to be lanced and drained. This is very painful to the animal so care is advised when doing so. A vet should be seen for large abscesses. To clean the wound area use warm boiled water in a syringe to gently force the water throughout the wound. Put a medicated cream or antibacterial salve on the wound and try to bandage it so the cat will not lick it too much. Repeat the salve twice a day and check for reabscessing. If it does...a trip to the vet is advised.
The best time to separate kittens from their mother is when the kittens are twelve to fourteen weeks old.
Kittens six to eight weeks old have not learned any important socialisation or behaviour skills yet, which kittens learn from eight weeks onwards. During this time kittens will learn how to play and interact with their littermates, mother and any other animals and humans in the house. Some kittens are not yet fully weaned until after eight weeks.
They will learn what behaviour is acceptable and what is not from their mother, and will learn how to play and share with their littermates. They will also learn about grooming and litterbox use at this crucial time. Most kittens are well socialised by the time they are twelve weeks old, and are very likely to grow into very gentle and affectionate pets.
The symptoms of roundworms in adult cats are very similar to tapeworms. In kittens vomiting, diarrhea, dull coats, a pot belly on a thin body, and weakness are symptoms of roundworm. It is a good idea to get your kitten checked for roundworm by your vet, as it can cause serious illness in kittens.
Your vet will prescribe a dewormer, and it may have to be repeated several times before the roundworms are gone. Ascarid eggs are very resistant, so during the treatment litter should be scooped daily and litter pans washed with hot water and detergent regularly. Throw out the litter and disinfect the boxes before the end of the treatment
Cats have the instinctual ability to create false movement with the eye quiver. Cat's eyes quiver to be able to see pray, such as rabbits, who can remain almost motionless for extended periods.
if the dog had disease round worms. or tape worms.
If you swallow a small piece of bubblegum, it's fine. It will not hurt you or anything. But you swallow a huge wad of double bubble with an extra layer of blueberry bubblegum, then, yes, you're really hurting yourself. You know when you eat food & you chew it down to swallow easier? I'm sure you couldn't swallow an entire hot dog so you have to chew it up. But bubblegum you can't really "chew." it just gets tastier when you do that and even harder to swallow, so it can get stuck in your throat. It would do too much bad to your actual body, but just don't try it.
If a person has minor allergies to cats then they could get a headache. Most of the time when a person is allergic to cats they will other symptoms as well such as runny nose, itchy eyes, and swollen glands.
About 15+ years.
Well commet fish live for 50 years or 60 years and they grow to the size of the tank and the others i don't really know.
Of course it can! Especially a Kitten! Take the kitten to a vet ASAP.
Yes she can go through depression. To get over this, adopt a new friend for her and show her you love her
Azaleas, daffodils, tulips, holly, lilies, rhubarb, yew, belladonna, potato,philodendron, jimsonweed,and foxglove. There are more, but these are some common ones
Twice a day.
You will need to bottle feed an orphaned kitten. Cimicat substitute milk or baby milk formula can be used successfully. You will need to feed the kitten every two hours. You will also need to stimulate the kitten after feeding, to enable it to pass waste matter. You do this by gently rubbing a cotton wool ball around it's belly area until the kittens produces waste matter.
It depends on where the cat moved it, do you consider it safe? But you should never touch a kitten before it's eyes are open, unless you absolutely have to, because they are more prone to diseases when their eyes aren't open yet, talk to your vet and ask if it's a safe place and if not, then ask how you should move them or if you should touch them. It won't kill them but it's good to use precaution.
Mom cats often adopt another cat's litter, especially if the mom recently gave birth. For young kittens, that's okay BUT mom will need more food with protein (e.g. a good dry and wet food). However, 12-week old kittens should NOT be nursing. Separate the older kittens from their "adopted" mom and get them onto dry food.
Because she is getting old. It is possibly from a food allergy. Check for little tiny hives (rash) on her ears, above her eyes and on her belly. Hives are a sure sign of a food allergy. In that case, changing her food will probably help. If you do not see hives, take her to the vet. Cats do not, and I repeat, do not lose their fur from aging!
It is not essential but can be done for safety. Do not ever give cats products not meant for them like dog or human medication unless prescribed by a proper vet because these can be fatal to cats. And if you do test yourself for worms do not use cat or dog products unless prescribed by a proper doctor. Thankyou.
Adders are not aggressive snakes, and they will only bite if they are disturbed. Although adder bites can be painful, they are rarely serious. For example, about 70% of adder bites only result in pain and swelling in the area of skin that was bitten There have only been 14 reported deaths caused by adder bites, with the last death occurring in 1975.