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November 15, 2013
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Kittens. Ah, such furry little bundles of excitement and wonder. “Wonder,” as in you’re actually pretty curious as to what all their little quirks and mischievous mannerisms really mean in relation to their social development. Here’s what to expect week-to-week and month-to-month when it comes to kitten behavior.
Your kitten will continue developing social skills, often interacting with other pets in the house. They will also acknowledge and follow the ranking order within the house between him or herself and other pets, and humans.
This is when your kitten might get a little frisky and start to challenge you, while also exploring household and dominance boundaries. And if your kitten has not been spayed or neutered, well let’s just say sexual exploration is about to begin.
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