There are differences between male and female kittens, but they’re quite subtle. The color of the kitten’s eyes can give you a clue as to whether it’s a boy or girl, because the iris isn’t visible in cats’ closed eyelids. You can also look at how much hair there is on its head. If it has extra fur where skin hasn’t grown back over wounds, this might mean that your kitten was born either dead or with some abnormalities. A small amount of hair around its genitals indicates that it should be considered gender neutral until proven otherwise by other traits.
Is it normal for my cat to pee outside the litter box?
Yes! However, if your cat is urinating outside the litter box regularly (at least once every two days), you need to make sure he gets enough exercise each day so he doesn’t have an “urinary tract infection” – which means his bladder may be getting too full without him being able to urinate often enough because his body needs hours upon hours of restful sleep each night! Your vet will likely recommend starting him on an antibiotic medicine called Baytril for at least one month after finding out why he’s peeing outside the litter box – since bacteria commonly live in cats’ urine even without any health issues present – plus giving him plenty of water throughout that time period to help dilute potential toxins within his system before adding antibiotics into their equation.
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