How Long Until A Kitten Can Leave Its Mother?

How long does it take before a kitten can leave its mother? The answer to this question depends on the age of the cat when it is weaned, and also on other factors such as whether the kitten has been handled by humans or other cats. If you wait until your new kittens are about six months old (between 1st August and 31st December), then they will be ready to start exploring their world sooner than if you waited longer. However, some female cats do not go into heat for another two months after giving birth; so if your new litter was born in March, then check up again at least once every month unless you see signs that they are waiting for something special like food or warmth from their mother. Most mothers will rear her young during daylight hours but occasionally she may have to spend nights away from home because she has lost her kittens somewhere in an unfamiliar area where danger lurks..

What should I feed my kitten?

Kittens require very few nutrients compared with adult animals – just enough to keep them alive! Kittens always need more food than adults do – particularly during times of stress when growth rates are temporarily increased due to lactation being over. A good rough guide is that 6 weeks old equals one yearling sized meal per day plus 2 extra meals added each week thereafter according to size, sex and energy levels. For example: At 6 weeks = 3 main feeds daily + 4-5 treats daily Plus 8-10 small meals weekly After 12