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What age does cats stop growing

Cats reach their full adult size between three and five years of age.

How do I get my cat to stop biting?

If your cat is biting you or someone else, it is important to separate the cat from the person being bitten. If the cat is a small breed, it may be best to take it to the veterinarian for pain relief medication. Put a towel or blanket between the animal and the person being bitten. Keep the cat in a room where it can be supervised. Call your veterinarian if the problem persists.

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Usually, vets base these on what they like to call cat “life stages.” However, veterinary science doesn’t base these life stages on your cat’s length, height, or weight. Rather, they describe when your kitten is likely to reach other important life milestones. Milestones include such things as being fully weaned and eating independently. Read more

Before the start of formal schooling, many children attend nursery schools or nursery classes attached to primary schools. In addition, some parents elect to send their children to private (fee-paying) nursery schools or kindergartens. In England and Wales, many primary schools also operate an early admission policy where they admit children under 5 into what are called reception classes. Read more

However, this stops being the answer once nearly every country's population is shrinking. "We will go from the period where it's a choice to open borders, or not, to frank competition for migrants, as there won't be enough," argues Prof Murray. Some countries have tried policies such as enhanced maternity and paternity leave, free childcare, financial Read more

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