Let the kitten sleep safely

       Many people will think that kittens sleep every day, whether they are sick or not, so they always go to check and make sure that cats are a thorough “sleeping God” no matter when they are young. Especially when cats are small, for the sake of their health, as masters, we should not always disturb them.

       The healthy growth of young cats should be the most concerned by their owners. Usually, the host will take care of the food and care, but some other things may be ignored. Sleep is also very important.

       Sleep is very important for kittens, it is necessary to ensure adequate sleep time for kittens. Only enough sleep can make the kitten secrete enough hormones to ensure its normal growth and development.

       The sleep of kittens can be divided into light sleep, deep sleep and rapid eye movement sleep (when the kitten is dreaming). About 20-25% of kittens sleep in dreams.

       From about 1 month old, the sleeping habits of the kittens gradually become mature. They sleep 13 to 16 hours a day on average, but they will be completed in several times. For light sleep, the kitten just dozes off and is very alert to any small sounds around. After light sleep, they often go into deep sleep, when the kitten can get real relaxation and rest. For the healthy growth of the kitten, let it sleep to its heart’s content!

       It is better not to wake up the kitten in deep sleep to avoid affecting its growth and development. If there are children at home, be sure to tell the children not to play with the kitten while they are sleeping.

Analysis of the whole process of pet cat delivery

       The cat at home is going to have a baby. Every owner is very happy, but the owner doesn’t know about the birth of the cat. Once I heard a friend say that his cat nestled in the corner and gave birth to a litter of kittens after a while. But is the process of giving birth so simple? Let’s watch it~

       The whole process of delivery starts from the contraction of uterine and abdominal muscles and ends with the discharge of fetal and fetal membranes.

       After delivery, the first fetus was mainly contractions. The interval was long, and then the contractions were strengthened and the interval was short, which made the fetus move to the cervix. Then the contraction and Nuzhen were combined to cause the rupture of fetal membrane and the outflow of fetal water. After several rapid contractions, the first fetus was produced, but sometimes it took 30-60 minutes to produce the first fetus When a baby is born, a cat may scream. Every time a fetus is born, the female cat often licks the kitten quickly and bites off the umbilical cord. Some females lick themselves first and then lick the sides of their pups. The uterine horn alternately discharges the fetus, the fetus is more than one side of the cornu uteri.

       The interval between births is 5-60 minutes. Usually, one group of two fetuses will be discharged, and then another group of 2 fetuses will be produced after 10-90 minutes. All fetuses will be delivered within 2-6 hours. In some cats, delivery was interrupted after the first one or two fetuses were discharged, and delivery continued after 12-24 hours.

       The membranes are expelled soon after each fetus is born, but it is also possible that all membranes are expelled after the birth of two or all fetuses. In most cases, the female cat eats the membranes herself.

Why does a female cat eat her newborn kitten

       You may have heard of it, or even seen it yourself, that a female cat eats her own flesh and bones soon after giving birth. Older people often say that people who belong to tigers can’t look at the newborn kitten, or they will be eaten by the female cat. They are adamant and take their own experience with them. However, this kind of speech is a little legendary, which is not believable. What is the reason for the female cat to eat her newborn kitten?

       1¡¢ Human odor interference

       After the birth of a female cat, some people will always pick up the kitten because of curiosity or worry. There are more people, and the kittens are contaminated with human smell. The female cat may think that the kittens are threatened by the smell and will transfer them. When she feels extremely scared, she will take an extreme way – eat the kittens and protect herself.

       2¡¢ Kittens are not competitive

       When a female cat discovers that her kitten is deformed, it is likely that she will eat the kitten. This is the result of natural selection. The fittest can survive. The deformed kitten is difficult to survive in nature, so she is eaten by her mother. The other is that the young cats die at birth or shortly after birth. Generally, the female cats will transfer them, but some female cats eat them directly. Because domestic cats are subject to more human intervention, this situation is relatively rare.

       3¡¢ Lack of motherhood in female cats

       In other words, female cats have no motherhood, which makes them unable to take care of the kittens as their own children from the subconscious to the external behavior. There are many reasons why female cats don’t have motherhood. If it’s a genetic problem, then the best solution is sterilization. Otherwise, you are likely to see a repeat of the tragedy.

       4¡¢ There is not enough food

       It mainly happens to wild cats. For example, at this time, it is very difficult for female cats to find enough food, so they can only kill their young cats to save energy.

       5¡¢ Paganism

       If cats lack some proteins or minerals in their daily life, are always in a state of stress, and lack of drinking water, they will lead to anorexia. Some cats eat their own cubs at the first time of birth, and then they may develop a strange habit of eating different foods all the time.

       6¡¢ Others

       There is a saying that the female cat dotes on her cubs excessively or is nervous when she gives birth for the first time. In order to ensure that the smell of the dead kitten is not detected by the predator, the female cat can only eat the kitten.

How to train a timid cat to be close to others

       Cats are very curious and always want to run over and have a look at new things. But in fact, cats are very timid, especially for long-term domestic cats. Therefore, it is very important to train cats to be close to each other.

       1¡¢ Get used to people’s voices.

       It is difficult for a timid cat to have a sense of trust. If the owner is single and only the cat is at home during the day, it is more important to have skin communication with the cat after returning home. Also have when going out, use recording telephone to talk with cat, make it accustomed to human voice.

       It is very important to hold it and play with it.

       Cats are originally cautious animals. They usually ignore strangers and sometimes run away. Some people may feel satisfied as long as the cat and its owner are close, but if the people around you recognize and love your favorite cat, it will be a happy thing after all. Even wild cats also like to be close to people, but there are also situations in which purebred cats are cherished to recognize new life with people. It can be seen that cats have various personalities. They have been held by people since their infancy. Cats who play with people often like to be close to people.

       What should I do if the cat recognizes itself?

       It’s very important to let a cat contact people you don’t know. Short haired cats like to be hugged, but it seems that there are a lot of long haired cats running away from your arms as soon as they are held. That’s why, from the beginning of kittens, please hold them as much as possible. But don’t let the cat feel bored to always hold it, do not hold the cat reluctantly. Sometimes play with the cat, throw the ball to him, or touch it while teasing it, and have skin communication. If the owner is single or family members are less, you can often let the cat like friends come home to play, to let the cat experience the contact with strangers.

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       For breeders, the quality of feline reproduction is a matter of concern. Siamese cats (details) are no exception. Of course, special circumstances are not excluded. However, the following rules will happen under normal circumstances. Please refer to the following rules!

       When it comes to the coat color group (blue, black, cream, red, etc.) and to the decor group, it means (tiger spot, fireworks, shadow, etc.) if both of them work, then the following general rules will merge the coat / decor.

       1. Both male and young cats will receive two coat color genes from female cats, while children of male cats will receive the coat color of female cats (or one of the coat colors of female cats with variegated colors) or fade the coat color of male cats – please refer to the instructions in general principles 21 and 24.

       2. The young female cat receives one coat color gene from the parent cat, and the child of the female cat will mix or dilute the coat color of the parent cat. Please refer to general rules 21 and 24.

       3. To get cream or red (coat / decor) kittens, males must be cream or red (coat / decor) and females must also be red or cream – see general rule 21.

       4. Only the coat color / decor of the immediate parents of a kitten can be displayed in the kitten. Not all the fur / color of the progeny that appears in the lineage will directly affect the kitten. One notable exception is the terminal color gene, which can be shown by carrying several offspring – see general rule 21 & 24.

       5. The color of the kitten may come from the parent or the female.

       6. Some main features (such as fireworks, shadow, white, tiger spot, bicolor, etc.) will not skip the previous generation. These features will not directly affect the next generation if they are not shown.

       7. When a cat shows a dominant coat color (black, red, tortoise shell, etc.), it must be his father’s or mother’s fur color – see general rule 21.

       8.2 recessive parents (cream, blue, etc.) will not produce dominant coat colored kittens (black, red, etc.).

       9.2 parents with terminal color will not breed kittens without terminal color.

       10. To get a kitten with terminal color, both parents must carry the terminal color gene (even if they don’t show terminal color).

       11. Mating a cat with a terminal color and a cat without a terminal color progenitor gene will produce kittens without terminal color.

       12. For a cat with (non silver) tiger spots, one of her parents must be shadow or tiger spot. For a cat with silver white tiger spot, its parents must have silver white tiger spot, shadow or fireworks. Please see general rule 13.

       13. All red cats must have tiger stripes. To be considered “red tiger spots”, we must see whether his father or mother is a parent with tiger stripes or shadow colors. A red tabby cat, if not a real one, cannot produce a real red spotted kitten unless it copulates with a dominant or shadowed cat.

       14. A cat with a white coat (fireworks or shadows) must have a white coat on both of his parents – see the general rule

       15. A shadow cat must have one of its parents be a shadow color — see general rule 21.

       16. A shadow cat can produce smoke colored offspring, but a non shadow cat cannot breed a shadow colored offspring unless he and a shaded cat mate – see general rule 21.

       17. A two-color cat must be one of its parents — see general rule 21.

       18. Variegated cats (blue cream, tortoise shell, tricolor) are mostly female cats, but male cats still produce occasionally (and not all of them have no reproductive capacity).

       19. White cat, one of the parents is white cat.

       20. When a white cat copulates with a white cat (which can be seen as white) or with a cat labeled white (which can not be seen as white), it can breed white or marked coat color / flower color. The marked coat color / color cat must be dominant, But he has white hair. His offspring can produce hair / flower color as expected in planned breeding.

       21. Genetically, a cat with a monochromatic white color can act on the expected coat color / suit color of a kitten. Such a small cat will be labeled with a coat color / color.

       22.2 parents with long hair did not produce short hair offspring.

       23.2 the parents of a classic tiger pattern will not produce: fish bone pattern, spot, or hairy tiger spot. For a cat with sharp tiger pattern, its parents must also be Maojian tiger spot. One of the parents of a fish bone tiger pattern or a spotted tiger pattern must be a fishbone tiger spot or a spotted tiger pattern – see general rule 21.

       24. The color fading gene must appear in the pedigree book of the parents to produce the faded coat color.

       25. Chocolate and lilac genes must be present in both parents’ blood lines to produce chocolate or lilac cats.

How often should jinjila of different ages be fed

       Jinjila (details) is a little princess in the cat world. She has a good appearance and gentle personality. How often should jinjila be fed in the feeding process? How much should be quantified? The newly born kittens mainly obtain the nutritional energy needed by their bodies by breast feeding. At this time, the female cats will pay attention to feeding the kittens. After the successful weaning of the cat, the owner will start to worry about the cat’s diet.

       Feeding pet cats should be based on the actual situation of cats to develop feeding programs. For example, feeding young and old cats should follow the principle of less food and more meals, while adult cats should be fed 1-2 meals a day.

       Two to five months old kittens are in the growth period. The fast growing kittens need more nutrition and energy. Moreover, the gastrointestinal function of the kittens is relatively weak, so it is important to eat less and eat more. The smaller the cat, the more times it feeds each day, and the food prepared is easier to absorb and digest. The best is to mix cat food with cat milk powder, stir well and give it to the kitten.

       Cats are basically carnivores, so they need more animal protein. In addition, if calcium intake is insufficient, it will lead to incomplete growth of bones, teeth and claws; if taurine is insufficient, it will cause blindness or heart muscle disease; when vitamin A is insufficient, it will also cause visual impairment or skin condition deterioration. These nutrients can be considered to be given more. The calcium demand of young cats in the development stage is 40% higher than that of adult cats.