Day 34 – Movin’ on up

Day 28 – Happy Birthday ?

Happy Birthday to our grey fur babies ❤❤❤❤❤

Cat Lifespan Compare to Human

One of the kitten facts that make them so adorable to humans is how sociable and playful they are. Once kittens are old enough to walk, run and interact, they seem to do little else with their waking hours. This is because kittens learn through play, so all of the climbing, scampering, biting, stalking, meowing and so on emulates actions they will need to know as older cats. There are some interesting kitten facts about the way this playful socializing develops over time. It has been found that kittens go through learning stages. For example, 3-4 months after birth, is the peak time for interaction with other kittens, so at this stage kittens play intensively together. At around 5 months of age, on the other hand, solitary behaviorsbecome more important, and kittens will spend time developing and practicing their skills in stalking and hunting.

Day 27 – All move and all out!

So we took the decision to move the kittens out of the spare bedroom and downstairs into the dinning room. After the initial stressy mum and screaming kittens they all seem to be happy ?

I’ve notice sometimes the videos doesn’t play on certain browsers, so please try different ones – I used Google Chrome….

Day 25 – Trouble Maker!

Needs sound and watch to the end!

Day 24 – South Paw Girl! ?

Just like human babies, all kittens are born with blue eyes. This is for the same reason as in humans − because the brown pigment melanin has not yet been deposited in the irises of the eye, or darkened by exposure to ultraviolet light. When it comes to other kitten facts about the body, it is a very different story. While kittens have similar eyes, their little noses are the equivalent of a human fingerprint, and no two noses are ever quite the same. Kittens also have a stronger and more dominant paw, just like we have a stronger hand. Interestingly, though, in kittens the difference is often gendered, and female kittens are usually right-pawed while their male siblings tend to be left-pawed.