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Kitten Development Stages – Pet Tip 249

When we bring a kitten home for the first time to adopt it as a pet, it should be between nine and twelve weeks old. This is so the kitten has a chance to spend time with its mother and so that the kitten becomes socialized with its littermates and learns proper kitten behaviour. But what happens before the kitten comes home? This article will outline some of the important milestones in kittenhood in an effort to familiarize you with some of the stages of kitten development.

Kittens are born blind and deaf and they remain that way for around the first fourteen days of their lives. They use their sense of smell to find their way toward their mothers for nourishment and heat. They really need to stay close to their mothers for these first few weeks as they are unable to regulate their own body temperature. The umbilical cord typically falls off after the first few days of life.

Owner:
Lisa Tennison
City:
Anchorage
Province, Country:
AK, United States
Type/Breed:
Cat / Tortie
Date of Birth:
unknown
Sex:
Female
Height:
Not Provided
Weight:
8
Coat Colour:
Tortie
Eye Colour:
Green

We adopted Cammie from Adopt-a-Cat in Anchorage, Alaska. She has been found last October 2003 in Denali National Park (Mt. McKinley). We'll never know her story but it doesn't really matter. She must have been well loved in the past because she is a non-stop purring machine. We've nicknamed her Velcro Cat because she's always attached to one of us. She doesn't meow at all but lets out a little squeak when she wants your attention.  She and her "sisters" Halo and Pepper get along fairly well, but Cammie makes it clear that she'd prefer to be left alone.  She seems to love men and just tolerate cats. 

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