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Old 01-07-2013, 05:41 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I think my 2 kittens may be teething a bit. They are 14 weeks old.

I think it would be good for them to have something safe to chew on.

They make tons of teething stuff for puppies but nothing for kittens.

Is it because they dont 'need' them? Is there anything I can give them?
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Old 01-08-2013, 07:56 PM   #3 (permalink)
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There are chewing dental toys for cats. I don't know about teething. I'd suggest going to your local pet store and ask the staff. Maybe they would know something.
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Orka makes a few toys that are designed for teething and chewing. Both are made out of a rubbery sort of orange plastic. One is called the wiggle worm (which my cats all love, and the other is small plastic mice, who promptly had their tails amputated...I'd buy the worm again in a minute, the mice not so much.

You can also buy duck jerky strips, my cats like those quite a lot as well and they have to chew on them quite a bit to eat them. They are marketed towards dogs, but the only ingredient is duck breast...so there's no reason cats can't have them too.
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