Elaborate Sensory Devices Whiskers are extraordinary sensory devices that help your cat interact with the world. They go deeper into your cat’s skin and connect with many more nerve endings. Whiskers are very sensitive to touch and vibrations and tell your cat a lot about the size and shape of objects in the dark, they
British Shorthair Kittens Activity increase. The kittens’ sight is fully developed at five weeks. The kittens are also very active and confident – I often find them climbing my guitar case and book shelf. Kittens at this stage will start exploring a lot more, often stalking, wrestling and pouncing on their litter mates. The kittens
British Shorthair Kitten Development I can’t believe four weeks have passed already. A month has passed and the kittens are developing at fast speed – they do grow up too fast! At this stage you will notice the following: 1. Depth perception has developed. That’s why they cling on to you for they dear lives with
British Shorthair Kitten Development You will start to notice more activity now that the kittens have reached week 3 as they sleep less and want to play more, also 4 things have taken place: 1. Ear Development. Ear canals are now completely open. 2. Digestive System. Kittens can voluntarily eliminate as their digestive system is
British Shorthair Kittens By now you should have noticed that your newborn kittens are developing at a very fast pace. I have also noticed kittens starting grooming themselves. At two weeks at least 4 things become more prominent: 1. Growth. Kittens are continuing their growth at a very fast rate (around 10 grams per day). 2.
British Shorthair Kitten Development During the first week of a kitten’s life, he will be concentrating on feeding and growth. At this point you might be asking yourself a few questions, here are a few answers that might help: 1. When will the newborn kittens open their eyes? By the second week their eyes will
British Shorthair Kitten Care A nutritious diet is essential to keeping your cat healthy. In this post we will focus on what you should NOT be feeding your kitten. Here we go… Milk and Dairy Products. Cats love milk right? Wrong, most cats are lactose-intolerant. Their digestive system cannot process dairy foods, and the result can be digestive