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Do kittens have baby teeth?

Kittens are born with no teeth. At 1 to 2 weeks of age, the deciduous teeth (“baby” teeth) erupt. At 6 weeks of age, all 26 baby teeth should be present. At 4 to 5 months of age, the baby teeth will fall out, and the permanent teeth will erupt. By 6 months of age, all 30 adult teeth wil be present.

Florida Law Chapter 828.29- health requirements and consumer guarantee for animals sold in Florida.

Breeders must comply with chapter 828.29 of the Florida Statutes when selling an animal in Florida. This law protects consumers because it requires breeders to have the animal examined by a veterinarian before selling the animal. The law requires breeders to do the following: For each cat offered for sale within the state, the tests, vaccines, and anthelmintics required by this section must be administered by or under the direction of a veterinarian, licensed by the state and accredited by the United States Department of Agriculture, who issues the official certificate of veterinary inspection. The tests, vaccines, and anthelmintics must be administered before the cat is offered for sale in

What type of food do I feed my Bengal cats and kittens?

I feed my Bengal cats and kittens Royal Canin dry and wet food. My Bengals really like it. For a treat I give them Friskies Party Mix. They love it and come running everytime I shake the bag. I do not recommend feeding cats raw meat. I know some people do it but I personally think it is risky. It increases their risk of parasites. It also puts everyone in the house at risk of developing a food born illness, such as salmonella, and e-coli. Children are especially vulnerable to these bacteria. Think about it. You feed your cat raw meat. They get the raw food on their faces, paws, floor, etc. When you hold your cat the bacteria can spread to your hands and cause illness especially in children.

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