How To Tell The Sex Of Your Kitten?

You can tell your kitten’s sex by observing its genitalia. Males have a scrotum, which is an outer pouch of skin that hangs down into the penis and testicles. Females do not have this sac; instead they are oviparous (egg-laying), meaning their eggs develop in the womb and eventually hatch outside of her body (in other words, she lays eggs). A male kitten’s genitals will look like furry balloons. The tip of his penis or clitoris will be pink, because it has blood vessels within it; you should avoid touching these areas if possible because they could bleed easily. Female kittens typically lack pubic hair but otherwise look very similar to males — except their genitals sometimes appear constricted at birth instead of hanging down as far as normal for males. If you touch your kitten’s scrotum or penis without catching them first to stop them from getting startled, then wash your hands right away with soap and water afterwards!

If you’re unsure about what kind of puppy/kitten you’ve got on your hands when buying from a pet store or breeder, then ask someone who knows more about dogs/cats than yourself before purchasing one! Don’t take chances – no matter how cute he looks…