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We are on the GO!

on Monday, 01 August 2016. Posted in Watch Us Grow

We are on the GO!

Daisy's kittens have their eyes open and have started to become more active. It's great that they have hit one of their first milestones.

Here are some of the milestones you can expect from kittens. The small remnant of your infant’s umbilical cord will drop off during thier second or third day of life. They are born both blind and deaf with their eyes sealed shut and their ears folded. Their ears will unfold somewhere between 6 and 14 days, and they will be able to stand and crawl at the end of their second week.

Your little one will take their first blurry glimpse of the world somewhere between 5 to 14 days after birth. Thier eyes will be blue — at least until they are a month old, when they may begin to change colors.

Between their third and fourth week, your fuzzy bundle’s teeth will begin to erupt. Like people, kittens start with baby teeth, called deciduous teeth. These will fall out to make room for adult teeth between their third and ninth month.

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