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What is the difference between Kitten and Cat?

Asked by R. Jones, Last updated: Nov 07, 2019

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G. Jabez

G. Jabez

Answered on Nov 07, 2019

A kitten is the baby cat, while the cat is the adult version of the kitten. There are a lot of people who usually like kittens because they can be so cute and fluffy. They also have the tendency to fall asleep more and look sweet. By the time kittens become cats, they usually become sleek and captivating.

There is something about cats that can make people look at them. They have such a commanding presence, and it seems that they are also aware of it. They do not allow themselves to be trained too much, even if they have the ability to be trained because they feel that they are their own masters.

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L. Agate

L. Agate

Answered on Oct 14, 2019

Cats are the adult version of the small, furry, domesticated animals, which are considered to be the most popular house pets in our country. Kittens are the younger, heart-rendering versions of their animal parents. Cats are more patient and independent, and they require less attention. Kittens are babies that need special attention and care. Kittens also tend to be more energetic and playful.

Cats usually get along better with small children. Part of the reason is that their personalities and social skills are better developed as they age. Cats also tolerate high temperatures, while kittens are unable to control or adjust their body temperature. Also, kitten pet foods contain extra calories to help nourish their energy requirements.

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lily.winters

Lily.winters

Answered on Oct 08, 2019

Kitten is a juvenile cat and the cat gives birth to the kitten.

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