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Old October 8th, 2004, 08:41 AM
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Anything I should know about a teething kitten?

Hi there,

Our nearly-4 month old kitten Brackley is loosing his baby teeth. I am just wondering if there is anything I should know? Is there any toys, etc. that they like to chew on that make it easier? I am clueless when it comes to a cat teething.

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Old October 8th, 2004, 12:10 PM
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LOL... you aren't the only one... I freaked out when one of Windy's teeth fell out while we were playing (she was knawing on my hand) when she was about that age...I thought I had knocked it out! They pretty much fall out on thier own, and unless they are in pain when eating or you see swelling around the mouth....everything is a-ok. Most times you don't even notice them fall out, they swallow them as they are pushed out by the new teeth. It's not like when we were kids and walked around with that big gap for weeks...lol!
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