Kittens need their mother. Much like children, they need their mother to survive, to learn and to grow. Unlike children, kittens are able to leave their mothers much earlier.
If you have been reading my blog for a while, then you know I have been doing a newborn kitten series. As an extension of that newborn kitten series, I figured it would do an entire post on bottle feeding a kitten.
This series has aimed to be a complete guide of knowing how to care for these newborn kittens. And week eight is the last week of this series. Why, you may ask? Because technically at eight weeks, kittens are able to be taken from their mothers.
We have already talked about caring for a two-week-old kitten through five-week-old kittens. So, if you have read that article, that means that you are now caring for a SIX-week-old kitten. Can you believe it SIX GUYS! You have survived at least 6 weeks with your kitten! That’s longer than a month!