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Teething

Discussion in 'Cat Chat' started by Purplecatlover, Jun 7, 2017.


  1. Purplecatlover

    Purplecatlover PetForums VIP

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    Hey! So our beautiful little terror, Jasper is now (well he's supposed to be) just a little over 6 months old. He is teething, clearly teething. No body or thing is safe lol. He will come for a cuddle then try and bite my hands off, sometimes just run at me and bite :-(
    I'd get less bites if I had a pet croc!:eek:


    I try where I can to swap my hand with a toy but sometimes it's not possible to get a toy fast enough.

    If I move my hand away he will pounce on me!!!

    What can I do? What should I do when he bites? Say no, move him assay for example.

    Is there any specific toys that are good for him whilst he's teething?


    Thanks :)
     
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  2. Smuge

    Smuge PetForums VIP

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    Tali is only 4 months and you can already see at least 4 teeth breaking thro her gums! Way sooner than I thought

    She loves chewing on cardboard boxs. Carly gave me a great tip - straws, the sort you get in mcdonalds they love them

    I had to be quite firm with her to stop her from biting my fingers all the time. I blew in her face to stop her and this worked great.

    Check out this thread from @Temporally_Loopy and @carly87 it helped me loads - http://www.petforums.co.uk/threads/bertie-the-biter.448150/
     
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