Kittens are lovely and they always have interesting things that you don’t know:
– Kittens will begin to erupt in about 3 weeks of age. By 14 weeks, they will begin to gradually lose their teeth, starting with their front teeth. By 6 months old, kittens will begin to grow permanently.
– Kittens increase by about 115g per week, meaning they will weigh about 450g within 4 weeks of age. Kittens will continue to gain weight each month until they are 6 months old.
– Within the first 24 to 48 hours, kittens will receive the mother’s colostrum, which contains antibodies that help fight the disease. Without colostrum, kittens will not be able to develop a healthy immune system and will likely be infected. If your newborn cat does not take care of her cat, you can give them subcutaneous vaccines. The umbilical cord will fall off itself a few days after its birth.
– Kittens require a heat source for the first 2 to 4 weeks, such as pet heating plates. Ideal ambient temperature for newborn kittens is about 32 degrees Celsius with 55-65% moisture. It is important to give them room to crawl out of hot places.
– Kittens born with eyes and ear canal closed, their eyes will open about 7 – 14 days and the tube will open about 10-14 days old. All kittens at birth will have blue eyes. Their standard eye color will appear clearly at the 8 th week of age.
– Kittens start eating food exclusively for cats from 3 to 4 weeks of age, they need enough food to prevent hypoglycemia – life-threatening. Reducing blood glucose is especially dangerous for kittens, especially cats separated from their babies.
– Kittens need to be stimulated to bathe. In nature, cats will bathe kittens by licking. If your cat is not there, you can gently bathe your cat with warm and moist cotton or use a kitten bath.
– Kittens need to be stimulated to bathe. In naKittens practice standing at 10 days old and 21 days old for steps. Around 4 weeks of age, they will start to play. Kittens start learning typical behaviors around 4 – 7 weeks old. In fact, if kittens play with their siblings, they will learn each other’s actions.ure, cats will bathe kittens by licking. If your cat is not there, you can gently bathe your cat with warm and moist cotton or use a kitten bath.
– Fleas are one of the causes of anemia in kittens. However, most flea killers will not be safe for kittens under 8 weeks of age, so it is best to bathe your kittens with mild soothing soap.
– Mother cats do very well weaning their children. In the first 8 weeks of life, kittens need to be kept with their cat and siblings to learn important skills. If you separate them for them too soon, they may lose those skills!
* Some pictures of kittens