How do I know if my kitten is still alive?
The question about the kitten’s status has probably been asked many times, and it may seem like an obvious one. But there are various degrees of “alive”, which can be difficult to gauge at first glance. The following article will address some methods that you can use to assess your furry friend’s well-being.
But how do I tell what “normal” behavior means for a cat? First things first… It should go without saying, but keep in mind that every individual cat is unique. Some grow up tame and reserved; others are more adventurous or playful than their siblings or cousins, etc.. If you have never had any exposure to cats before (or were not raised with them), then this article will likely seem quite confusing! With that said, here goes: Everyone knows that kittens tend to be much more active than adult cats – they want to explore everything around them! When kittens feel safe enough after exploring their surroundings for a few minutes, they usually come back and sit down where they started out and relax and nap for a while too. This stage of kittenhood lasts until puberty when the activity level increases again as hormones kick in due to ovulation/breeding season/growing up stage… So while we would expect full grown adult cats spend most of their time sleeping on comfy furniture on our laps (to get nuzzled by us even), kittens just want playtime all day long :).