Soothing sore gums. The best way to care for teething kittens is to provide them with soft, wet food and soft chew toys. There are many chew toys available specifically for teething cats. Give your kitty a few different options so she can choose what feels best.
Avoid hard toys as these may damage her teeth. Some toys are designed to be chilled in the refrigerator or freezer to provide relief for your kitten's sore gums. As an alternative, you can freeze a wet wash cloth and give it to your kitten. Your kitten also may enjoy chewing on grass in a pot.
Kittens begin to teeth around two weeks of age. Find out more about teething in kittens, and how to help them, here.
Around nine weeks of age, kittens may experience toilsome teething as they begin to lose. Firmer chews can provide relief while exercising the jaw muscles.
It's great for keeping your kitten distracted from the discomfort of teething and. It also satisfies the urge to bite and chew bringing relief from pain and itching by .