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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:
Susan Bodlack
City:
Windsor
Province, Country:
ON, Canada
Type/Breed:
Black & White Tabby
Date of Birth:
1999
Sex:
Unknown
Height:
Not Provided
Weight:
Not Provided
Coat Colour:
Black and White
Eye Colour:
Golden

Now
look deep into my eyes...you're getting very sleepy...when I meow 3
times you will go to the fishmarket....
I love to laze
around the house all day and pretend to be Cleopatra's most cherished
friend.
I love to watch mummy put on her makeup in the morning. Sometimes it
makes me wish I wasn't a cat.

I am small and very cute. Everyone thinks I am wonderful.
I do not like
my bathroom dirty,otherwise I tend to leave messages for mom and dad
places like the
laundry basket.
My brother,
Kujo, and I like to sleep with mummy and daddy in their bed and leave
fur all over their sheets.
We would sleep with our brothers more often if they didn't scare us
so much. I know they love us
but we are so much smaller than them; it's intimidating.
We're getting more used to each other every day though. I live indoors
all the time but
sometimes I sneak out onto the front porch when the door is open, just
to
take a look around.
I
watch life going on out there and am curious, but I hear mom and dad
saying that we'd never make it on our own out there (Kujo
and I), so I will trust in what they say, and stay put. They seem to
know more than we do sometimes.

One of my good cat friends is David R. Bodlack

You can contact
K.C. at dbodlack@home.com

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