Healthy weight of cats

       About 400-900 grams. Female cats will be 200 grams less than male cats, and their body size will be smaller. If the cat is healthy and long, the weight gain should be the same every month, so if there is a big fluctuation in the weight, you must go to the pet hospital for examination.

       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 equal to 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.

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       Feeding tips:

       Eat less and eat more, and pay attention to the timing, ration and fixed point of feeding.

       Timing: feed at a fixed time every day to form a good eating habit.

       Ration: don’t eat too much or too little. With the increase of the age of the cat, the appetite of the kitten will increase gradually in a certain period of time (usually three or four months), and it will be stable after more than eight months.

       Generally, about 2 months of the cat a day to eat more than 5, 6 times. Three months ago, kittens were generally fed four times a day, such as 9:00 a.m., 12:00 p.m., 6:00 p.m. When they are three to six months old, they are fed three times a day. Twice a day after six months old.

       When the milk for kittens is not enough or there is no milk, you can drink special pet milk powder. When you are bigger, you can add some rice flour in the milk powder. If you eat milk directly, it may cause diarrhea, because kittens can’t digest milk well.

       70-135 a 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

       Adult:

       Average 2.5-5.5kg

       Pregnancy 3.5-5.5kg

       Lactation 3.5-5.5kg

       (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, for a cat two months old, it should be about 2 kg and 5 kg for a 5-month-old cat. 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.)

       Source: Andrew Edney, complete cat care

       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

       Adult:

       Average 2.5-5.5kg

       Pregnancy 3.5-5.5kg

       Lactation 3.5-5.5kg

       (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, for a cat two months old, it should be about 2 kg and 5 kg for a 5-month-old cat. 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.)

       Generally speaking, it is appropriate for an adult cat to keep its weight around 8 Jin. Of course, now the domestic cat because the activity is small, also can appear slightly fat situation. My cat is only about 10 jin, and the other is only more than 8 Jin. Of course, adult male cats are slightly heavier than female cats. However, it is best not to keep cats too fat, cats are too fat, older also easy to get diabetes, heart disease, liver and kidney diseases.

       The photo seems to be in a good mental state. I am afraid of strangers in a new environment. I don’t eat and drink for the time being. It’s a normal phenomenon. You just put cat food and water, do a good job in the cat’s nest, do not pay attention to him, or hold her, get used to it. Wait until it begins to eat, and slowly approach it.

       Never give a bath to a new kitten! Pay attention to observe whether there is diarrhea. If there is no rash, the cat is healthy. After 2 or 3 months, vaccination is best.

       No processing is required. Because kittens have just come to a new home, 100% of them need a familiar process. The cat’s nature is cautious, so Lou gave him more time to get familiar with it. Do not eat or drink is a normal phenomenon, as long as the landlord prepared food and water can.

       There is also the kitten 3 months to do the vaccine, now need to do in vitro and in vivo deworming.

       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

       At about 7 months, the weight of a cat begins to slow down, and the weight of this period 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