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not sure whether to be too concerned

Discussion in 'Cat Breeding' started by ellie8024, Jul 16, 2009.


  1. ellie8024

    ellie8024 PetForums VIP

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    Graycies kitties are almost a week old now and little maxie is half the size of her sister. maxie wriggles and is a very active little kittie i am hoping that one kitten takes after mummy and the other takes after daddy as they but seem healthy and active and feed the same
     
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    Saikou PetForums VIP

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    Do you weigh them every day? Has she always been smaller right from birth ?

    If she is quite active then its probably nothing to worry about, as long as she is making proportionate daily weight gains to her sister.
     
  3. ellie8024

    ellie8024 PetForums VIP

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    lol i think her sister is just taking after her dad and being a little fatty he is a very big boy
     
  4. Anwen

    Anwen PetForums Junior

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    haha! There's nothing better than a little fat kitty! :D
    In Pixie's first litter, the boy was mahoosive :eek: and the two girls were dainty, they were all nice and healthy though!
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  5. ellie8024

    ellie8024 PetForums VIP

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    ha ha am feeling a lot less worried, went up to my mums today and she has some 3 week old babies who are only slightly bigger than Ruby who is just a week old dont feel so bad about maxie being so tiny now she probably just looks mini because mummy and sister are giant
     
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