Sunday, November 27

When do kittens stop growing? Is it different when the cat is male?


Our feline friends go through changes everyday just as we do, like losing baby teeth. But unlike some humans, cats do not have to wait until they are 18 years old to be considered fully grown.

While still young, the age of a kitten can be determined by weight. For each month, a kitten will generally gain one pound, according to PetMD. So, it would not be incorrect to assume a 3-pound kitten is three months old. However, this estimate only works until a cat is six months old.

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