How to take care of mother and Kitty

       At the moment of new life, both the mother and the owner should be very happy. However, it is the weakest time for the baby just after delivery, and so is the kitten. At this time, it needs the careful care of the owner. For the novice owner, it is easy to cause confusion. So, the following is a brief description of how to take care of the mother and the kitten. Just after the birth of chinchilla and kittens will be particularly vulnerable, need special patient care of the owner. First of all, after the birth of the baby dragonfly, the owner should prepare a comfortable and warm living environment for it and hemp. Then timely observe whether the kitten’s fur is completely dry, if it has been dry, it means that the kitten is very healthy. If the fur hasn’t dried for a long time, and baby chinchilla is making noises, then the owner should keep warm and adjust the ambient temperature to a higher level. After childbirth, the owner must let the cat alone with the baby, because the longmao Baba will cause varying degrees of influence and damage to the whole process of breast-feeding, they will be expelled by the furious mother and scurry around in the rat cage, so it is easy to hurt the young kitten. For the comfort of the entire chinchilla family, we must raise them separately before the birth just like the male and female. In addition, the kitten will become naughty and lively after opening his eyes. They gnaw at the cage and even get out of the cage. Therefore, ordinary rat cages can’t hold young kittens. The owner needs to prepare a more compact cage to prevent the kitten from escaping. Then all the toys and springboards in the cage are removed to prevent the kitten from being naughty and hurt. In the first few days of birth, the owner also needs to carry on the necessary supplementary feeding. Because, many chinchilla babies will have different degrees of weight loss in one or two days after birth, which is mainly due to the fact that it takes a process for the mother of chinchilla to milk, and then supplementary feeding is needed. Generally, under normal circumstances, artificial supplementary feeding should be carried out in 3-4 days. When the weight of the kitten stops falling, it means that it has eaten the mother’s milk, so it does not need to be assisted feeding at this time. However, if there are more than 2 chinchillas in one litter or the female is old and weak, the owner should make a decision to carry out artificial supplementary feeding to ensure the health of the baby and the numbness of the chinchilla.