Is your kitten eating it’s litter? Kittens, like human babies, like to explore their environment, often with their mouths. Occasionally, some kittens will attempt to eat some of their litter. If this is happening, it is a good idea to have your kitten checked by your veterinarian. This will make sure that if there are any digestive issues or lack of nutrients in your kittens diet, these can be taken care of.
With kittens, it is very important to avoid using clumping, clay litter, or any litter that contains harsh chemical deodorants. It is best to stick with a natural, non-clumping litter until your kitten is at least 6 months old.
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