Cat’s standard weight calculation – what is the normal weight of a cat?

       1. Kittens:

       Age and weight

       70-135 g / day

       110-125g a week

       Three weeks 215-420 G

       250-500 g around

       Five weeks 290-620 G

       Six weeks 315-700 G

       Seven weeks 400-900 G

       2. Adults:

       Average 2.5-5.5kg

       Pregnancy 3.5-5.5kg

       Lactation 3.5-5.5kg

       Cats are quick and good at jumping. Eat fish, mice, rabbits, etc. The reason why cats like to eat fish and mice is that cats are nocturnal animals. In order to be able to see things at night, they need a lot of taurine, and the body of rats and fish contains taurine. Therefore, cats eat not only because they like fish and mice, but also because of their own needs.

       Cat, as a natural enemy of rodents, can effectively reduce the damage of rodents to crops such as green seedlings, which can be seen from the Chinese ancient agricultural life.

       Cat can walk on the high wall as if nothing happened, light jump, can not help but be satisfied with its sense of balance. This is mainly due to the cat’s outstanding response nerves and sense of balance. It only needs to slightly change the position and height of its tail to achieve body balance, and then use the strong muscles and strong joints of its hind feet to jump quickly. Even if it falls in the air, it can change its body posture in the air and land lightly and accurately.

       Good at climbing, but not good at falling from the top. Even when falling or jumping from a height, the cat uses its tail to adjust its balance so that its padded limbs land on the ground. Pay attention not to pull off the cat’s tail, which will affect its balance ability, and also easy to cause cat diarrhea, shorten the cat’s life span.

       It depends on the size of the cat. For male cats, the general age is proportional to the weight. It is normal for a cat to grow to 7 or 8 Jin at the age of 7 or 8 months. Some female cats have smaller bones and lighter weight.

       Some too heavy and too fat will have more than 30 jin, ha ha, but that is not healthy. Generally, about 10 kg is more suitable.

       My house spotted more than 2 years old, 9 Jin, the figure is very standard Oh!

       It depends on the size of the cat. For male cats, the general age is proportional to the weight. It is normal for a cat to grow to 7 or 8 Jin at the age of 7 or 8 months. Some female cats have smaller bones and lighter weight.

       Some too heavy and too fat will have more than 30 jin, ha ha, but that is not healthy. Generally, about 10 kg is more suitable.

       Kittens:

       Age

       weight

       one day

       70-135 G

       a week

       110-125 G

       Three weeks

       215-420 G

       all around

       250-500g

       Five weeks

       290-620 G

       Six weeks

       315-700 G

       Seven weeks

       400-900 G

       Adult:

       average

       2.5-5.5kg

       Pregnancy

       3.5-5.5kg

       lactation

       3.5-5.5kg

       Note: in the case of male cats, the relationship between weight and age is basically one kilogram per month, and the number of months is basically the same as the number of weight. For example, the weight of a cat two months old should be about 2 kg, and that of a 5-month-old cat should be about 5 kg.

       Some male cats may grow to more than ten jin at one year old. The adult female cat is about 6-7kg, which is slightly smaller than the male cat.

       Other physiological indexes were as follows

       Body temperature: 38-38.5 ¡æ

       Breathing: 20-30 minutes

       Pulse: 120-140 beats per minute

       First estrus: 180-240 days after birth

       Estrus days: 3-10 days

       Oestrus season: once a year in spring and autumn

       Mating age: over 1 year old

       Pregnancy time: 64 + 4 days

       Litter size: 3-5

       Weaning time: 45 days after birth

       Adult cat weight: 3-4 kg

       Average life span: 14-21 years

       The weight of a cat starts to slow down at 7 months. The weight of a cat is about 2-3 kg. The weight of a cat is not a standard to measure the health of a cat, but the increase or decrease of a cat’s weight is closely related to his health.

       tabby:

       One day – 70-135 G

       One week — 110-250 G

       Three weeks — 215-420 grams

       Four weeks — 250-500g

       Five weeks — 290-620 G

       Six weeks – 315-700 G

       Seven weeks – 400-900 G

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