If a cat wants to eat their children, then they must be separated from them. Don't put the kitten with it. The kitten will not be dangerous. And if a cat is breastfeeding, it is best to monitor it next to it to prevent the cat from eating his child to hurt his child. And now cats are very spiritual, you can also tell him not to do this. This will hurt the kitten. I think he will correct it. He may not really want to eat his child , I may not know how to do the responsibility of a cat mother. Do n’t take care of the children. The owner should be separated before teaching and teaching them to be separated. When the cat mother adapts to her new identity, she will take care of the kittens before putting them together.
Why do cats eat their own children? The female cat was raised before giving birth to a nest. As a result, the people in the next room were onlookers every day. One day I went home. Suddenly, I found the cat's mother holding the cat's leg. The kitten disappeared. I feel sad for those kittens. Cats are more sensitive and cautious than dogs. Most of the reasons they eat children are because they are afraid. When the cat's nest is not very hidden, or it is surrounded by or has a lot of noise, which makes him feel that he and his child are unsafe, the cat will eat his child. Please pay attention to this, I think it will be better.
Why do cats eat their children? It turns out that the people next door are watching every day. One day I went home. Suddenly, the woman found the cat's legs in her mouth. The kitten is gone. I think those kittens are pitiful. Cats are more sensitive and cautious than dogs. The puppies who eat them are mainly because of fear. When their nests are not hidden, or they are seen, or a strong noise makes them eat their cubs when they feel unsafe about themselves and cubs. Please pay attention to this, I think it will be better.
Is it because the cat didn't eat anything or the like, so he would want to eat. He may not want to eat your child, but he was hungry, and then wanted to bite it.
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