Normal weight of kittens at four weeks – weight criteria for kittens

       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

       The normal weight of a five month old kitten should be about five Jin.

       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.

       The weight of a new born kitten should be about 70-135 grams, and it will be 110-155 grams in one week, 215-420 grams in three weeks, and 290-620 grams in four weeks.

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       The weight of the cat is as follows:

       The average adult cat is about 2.5 kg to 5.5 kg, but it can also be divided into individual and gender. For example, the weight and age of male cats are basically one kilo a month longer, while female cats are slightly less than male cats.

       Only eating cat food is not enough to supplement the nutrition that the cat needs. If you want to help the cat supplement nutrition, you also need the cat owner to add some nutritional complementary food to the cat, such as boiled chicken breast, beef, etc., and also can make some fish soup and chicken soup to supplement the cat’s nutrition, but remember to reduce oil and salt.

       Reference source: People’s Daily – overweight cat dieted successfully in June and lost half of its weight [group photo]

       Source: phoenix.com – the fattest cat in the United States weighs as much as 4-year-old children can’t walk and turn over (photo)

       Kittens:

       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 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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       morphological character

       The cat’s body is divided into five parts: head, neck, trunk, limbs and tail. Most parts are covered with hair, while a few are hairless.

       The cat’s toe bottom has the fatty meat pad, therefore walks soundlessly, when catching the mouse, will not startle the mouse, the toe end has the sharp nail. The claws can be retracted and extended. The cat’s claws retract when resting and walking, and only reach out when catching rats and climbing to prevent the nail from being blunt.

       A cat has five fingers on its forelimb and four on its hind. The cat’s teeth are divided into incisors, canines and molars. Canine teeth are particularly developed, sharp as cones, suitable for killing captured rats, molar chewing surface has sharp protuberances, suitable for chewing meat; incisors are not developed.

       Reference: weight of Baidu Encyclopedia cat

       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

       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 cats two months old, it should be about 2 kg, and 5 kg for 5 months. 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.)

       It’s more than 7 Jin. Female cats are smaller and lighter. There should be a 6-jin one, too.

       There is a simple universal method to determine the weight of cats of different genders and breeds

       If your cat has a lot of meat next to its ribs, it should lose weight.

       If you touch the ribs, it’s normal,

       Take a bath and see the ribs directly. It’s too thin.

       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 see things at night, they need a lot of taurine, and rats and fish contain 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 break the cat’s tail, it will affect its balance ability, will also easily make the cat diarrhea, reduce the cat’s life span.