How Hard Is It To Raise A Kitten?

Answer: It depends on how long you’re willing to wait. Raising a kitten is no easy task. Here, we’ll take a look at some of the basic steps involved in raising a kitten as well as some additional tips and tricks which might help make it go easier for both you and your young family member.

The first thing we need to talk about is the age of the mother cat when she gave birth to her kittens. The average litter size ranges from 2-6 kittens (although it’s not uncommon for mothers with bigger litters and who give birth more often than once per year). As long as the mother cat has given birth within 48 hours before bringing them up, they can begin eating solid food after around 3 days old (the standard rule of thumb among many vets) . However, if this isn’t possible because mom has been separated from her babies or living in an area that prohibits feline pregnancies due to feral cats being present – then your little ones may have their growth rate slowed down so they aren’t fully mature until around 5 weeks old. If mom hasn’t delivered by day 10 post partum, don’t worry – keep feeding them formula and start playing peekaboo with them! You are doing great!