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What age are cats considered kittens

A cat is considered a kitten when it is 6 months old. In addition, if it is a kitten of any breed, it is more than 6 months old if it has been registered with a breed club or body.

What is the difference between a house cat and a stray cat?

A house cat is any cat that was born in a home and is fed and kept indoors. Stray cats are any cats that have wandered onto people's property and that have not been labeled as "free roam" cats.

How can I get my cat spayed or neutered?

You can leave the decision up to your pet, but it is important to know that it is your responsibility to make sure your pet is spayed or neutered.

How can I find a good veterinarian?

Once you have found a vet that you feel is good, be sure to check with them for hours and services. Some vets are only open for business on certain days and some are open for business only on weekdays. Check for what hours they are open. In addition, check the vet's website for their practice hours and services. Also, check to see if the veterinarian has been in business for a long time and has many satisfied clients.

What should I do if my cat is hurt?

If your cat is hurt, try to find the owner. If you can't find the owner, then call your local animal control or police department. If you have your own veterinary clinic and you are able to treat the cat, call your vet and ask if they can take care of the cat. If you have your own vet, you can probably treat the cat without calling the police. If you are not sure what you should do, call your local animal control or police department.

Why shouldn't I get my cat declawed?

You shouldn't get your cat declawed because it is against the law and declawing has been proven to cause pain for cats. Declawing is also against the law in some states, even if it has been done in the past. In addition, declawing is cruel to cats and is painful for them. In fact, some vets don't even declaw because it is painful to the cats.

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Generally speaking, 1 year is the accepted age that they stop growing and are considered "adults". However, there are breeds that continue to grow until they are 2+ years. The larger breeds, like Maine Coon and Ragdoll, are examples of this. I also believe that Siamese generally develop slower than other breeds (which is why a good breeder absolutely will not let a Meezer go before 12-16 weeks old), and they shouldn't be bred until later than is generally accepted for other breeds. Read more

A kitten’s growth is most noticeable in the beginning when they gain about a pound a month, and it tends to slow as they get closer to being full grown. Most cats are fully grown by the time they reach 12 months, although some can grow up to 18 months, and Maine Coons, a large domestic cat breed, grow up to 24 months. Read more

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