A: There are many reasons for a cat to cry. If your kitten is crying frequently, the first thing you should do is get it checked out by an animal doctor or vet. It may be that there’s something wrong with the kitten that needs to be fixed right away, or it may just need some calming down time so she can learn how to deal with her emotions in a healthy way. Most cats cry when they are feeling frightened, confused, hungry or alone because these are all normal feelings for them to have at this stage of their lives. Some cats also cry when they have had experiences earlier in life where they felt scared and helpless (e.g., being abandoned by their mother), although most kittens will grow out of this fear once they become familiar with people and other animals around them.
Since I am not comfortable giving medical advice on my site, I recommend contacting your own veterinarian for further information about what could be causing your kitten’s behavior problems.
What can I feed my pet?
Q: My dog gets sick very easily and he has been vomiting blood every day since we got him from the rescue center last month! The vet says nothing serious is wrong but my mom thinks maybe we should switch his food which comes from China now instead of old-fashioned USA brands since everything else seems fine? Any suggestions would help! Thank you!! 😀 
A: Sounds like you recently switched