A variety of disorders can threaten the health and development of your growing cat, so it's important to take the necessary steps to build a strong foundation.
April 2017 - A normal kitten weighs three or four ounces at birth, and after consuming only her mothers milk, will typically gain as much as a half-ounce per day. She will double her birth weight during her first week out of the womb. By the time she is three weeks old, she will have tripled her birth weight. And while this rapid growth rate will soon taper off, the kitten will quickly blossom into feline adulthood.