If you have decided to take on a kitten as a pet, there are several things that should be considered before you even bring it home. First off, the mother cat is an integral part of healthy kittens and will help ensure proper development. If she is not around, finding someone else who can care for the kitten may prove difficult or impossible. Also consider how much time you have available to devote to caring for a new addition into your family. Finally, remember that cats do not live long lives and their early years are especially important in building up their immune systems so they can fight off diseases later in life. There’s no substitute for learning from experience – but if these facts make your heart race with excitement at the thought of meeting one of nature’s most fascinating creatures; then below we present some useful information about raising kittens without their mothers (or fathers) to guide you through this exciting journey!
What does it mean when I see my cat’s nipples turning brown? Is my cat pregnant? What does “she’s going into heat” mean?
It means your female kitty is ready and willing and has her sights set on reproducing soon! The color change happens because hormones rise during sexual maturity which causes her vagina walls (and ovaries!) to become slightly more acidic than normal making them more receptive or sensuous towards sperm cells over those found within other females’. This process increases significantly during times such as breeding season where competitive males fight each