What age are cats full size
Cats are considered full size between 3 to 4 months of age. The first year of life is essential for a cat’s health, especially for their mental and physical development. Cats that are not exposed to proper socialization from a young age can become anti-social, and even aggressive.
How are cats different than dogs?
Cats are naturally more aggressive and direct in their behavior, especially when it comes to their prey and their owners. Cats have a greater sense of smell, and they can hear sounds that dogs can’t. Cats have a stronger survival instinct, and they become stressed when they feel threatened or in an unfamiliar environment.
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