What to do with a 13 month old kitten?

What to do with a 13 month old kitten?

As your pet approaches his second year, keep a close eye on his size and if he begins to look like he swallowed a football, talk to your vet about a diet and nutrition plan that will help bring him back to a healthy weight. Like humans, cats continue growing and changing throughout their lives.

When to wean a kitten from the mother?

With domesticated cats, this is rarely the case, but under ideal circumstances, a kitten should remain with their mother for at least 12 to 16 weeks. Although the mother will start weaning her kittens sometime between five and seven weeks, the additional time helps the kittens learn socialization skills.

Why does my kitten have a swollen belly?

Food allergies typically cause nonseasonal itching, especially around the head and face, swollen and inflamed areas on the face and ears, hair loss due to itching, vomiting, and diarrhea. A common food intolerance that many people have heard of is milk.

What should I do if my kitten ate a string?

A kitten playing with a ball of yarn seems cute… But if your cat ate string (or tinsel, ribbon, dental floss, fishing line…) it can be life threatening.

A kitten playing with a ball of yarn seems cute… But if your cat ate string (or tinsel, ribbon, dental floss, fishing line…) it can be life threatening.

Can a kitten eat a ball of yarn?

The image of a kitten playing with a ball of yarn is engrained in the collective psyche. I don’t know that Normal Rockwell ever painted it, but it would surprise me if he hadn’t. Cat ate string? First, let’s talk about what type of string Unfortunately, it turns out that yarn is very dangerous for cats. So is string.

What happens if a cat eats dental floss?

And dental floss, fishing line, Christmas tinsel, Easter grass, ribbon, and any similar long, thread-like item. These items, when ingested by cats or kittens, have the potential to lead to a life-threatening condition called gastrointestinal obstruction due to linear foreign body. The condition is every bit as scary as its name implies.

What kind of cat eats a ball of string?

A hairless cat with a ball of string. Photography by Dan Kosmayer / Shutterstock. It sounds like things worked out well for Cherry’s cat, and I’m very happy about that. However, there is a big difference between a few blades of grass that were known to be only a few inches long, and a string that could be any length at all.