Something cat breeders see on from time to time, especially on black kittens, is an unusual hair color change called 'Fever Coat'. What is it? Why does it happen? What can you do to change it? Learn the answers to these questions and more.
The first 12 weeks of a kitten's life are the most critical in its development. Learn what to expect from the first 24 hours following birth -- to after its second vaccination when the kitty is ready to go to its new home.
Statistically, the highest risk of death of a kitten is in the first 10 days following birth. This article provides you with a list of what you need to do and what to watch for to maximize the chances of every kitten's survival.
Mammary hyperplasia is a condition characterized by the rapid growth of the mammary tissues. It is diagnosed by simple physical examination. The mammary glands are enlarged, firm, but usually not painful.
If a mother cat has insufficient milk for her newborns, or if she rejects her babies, it falls upon the cat breeder to hand feed or supplement the kittens. You will need a good milk replacement to feed the kittens.