Breeding small cats



The cat 

Cats are animals belonging to the group of felines that also include lion, tiger, righteousness and lynx, which are small-sized carnivores covered with fur, known for their ability to familiarize themselves with humans and live in their cities, and there are about 70 breeds of domesticated cats around the world. Cats have strong claws that can spread or pull them under the skin whenever they want, as well as their jaws are filled with sharp teeth, which makes them ready to chase and kill small animals, such as mice, birds and reptiles.

Breeding small cats 

Domestic cats , especially little ones, if they don't have a mother to care for, need a significant amount of care and attention. There are many needs for young cats that vary according to their age. For the first two months of a cat’s life, it can only live with its mother and siblings, and the reason for this is that its bodies lack the ability to regulate heat, so it relies on adhesion to each other to keep itself as warm as possible, as it needs to Special care, such as feeding it every two hours, and a veterinarian should be consulted in this regard because of the seriousness of caring for a very small cat, but after the cat reaches the age of eight weeks it becomes somewhat strong and able to remain with a normal amount of care, and can be treated healthy and nutritionally in the same way Ge cats adult. It is prescribed by cats to eat food from the age of forty-five days, and before that you cannot eat or eat food. Young cats need to consume additional amounts of food when their lifespan ranges between two and four months, because they grow very quickly at this stage, and after that they are treated like completely adult cats.

the food

 Two-month-old cats can be fed many types of food, and it is desirable to provide them with cat foods available in the shops from well-known companies, as they are characterized by a high level of quality, and the veterinarian can help suggest the best types of food that should be provided to the cat, as this may vary Slightly according to her age, activity and health condition. Cat food must be balanced between different nutrients. For example, cats need an amino acid called taurine to maintain the health of their eyes and heart, which can only be obtained through a balanced and studied diet. Be sure to constantly water the cat and refill its bowl whenever it decreases. On the other hand, be careful not to provide excess quantities of food for the cat, and if they show signs of illness or refuse food for more than two days, it is advisable to take them to the vet.

Health care 

Domestic cats often do not need cleaning at all, as they are able to take care of their body alone and maintain an acceptable degree of cleanliness, but brushing their fur with brush from time to time may be useful for additional guarantees, and to reduce the amount of hair that leaves it at home. All cats usually have their paws stitched into things around them and constantly scratched, which is a natural need that is difficult to control, and may be a reason for destroying home furniture, such as curtains, sofas, carpets, etc., and to prevent the cat from doing this, it is necessary to trim its claws once every two weeks. Or three.


Biological properties of cats

Cats can hunt rodents very efficiently, and they often prefer to search for prey after dark, because of their ability (thanks to the reflecting layer behind their eyes) to see better than their prey themselves, and therefore catch up easily. All cats communicate with each other by issuing a lot of meowa, and they put signs around their areas by spreading their leftovers or the effects of their claws on the trees, fences and surrounding furniture, so when another cat approaches and smells odor or sees the signs, it moves away on its own.