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Unread 08-05-2008   #1 (permalink)
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Question My 4 mth old kitten first tooth fallen out! Does it normally fall out this age?

Hi, I notice it on the sofa, at first i thought it was one of her little claw but it's her big tooth on the bottom. I guess it will grow back itself? As a first time cat owner i guess it's normal at her age of 4 months? thanks and appreciate any advice.
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Okay so my kitten is 6 months old and has never lost a tooth. We have another cat that is two years and has never lost a tooth. So maybe we just didn't notice it and they did but as far as I know they haven't.
 
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I've only noticed one of my cats to lose a tooth.That was my lovely Floyd who passed away in June.When he was about 6 or 7 months, my son noticed he had 2 fangs right next to each other.A few days later one had gone.xxxxx
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Don't worry, it's normal among young cats to lose their tooth, just like humans.
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it is normal! don't worry! Can you help me with a problem I have? the link is:
http://www.i-love-cats.com/forums/ca...html#post62654
 
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Yes it is perfectly normal! Catlover2000, I will reply to your post after. It will contain some older peoples information but please ask me if you don't understand!
How old is your female? I think that they will get stressed out if you have bought them at a young age and started breeding them. It might have caused internal damage but please read my full post on your topic.
 
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Malcolm was around that age when he lost his first tooth. I didn't actually find the tooth but he was chewing on me one day and there was blood on my hand. It wasn't mine, and it wasn't the dogs and I inspected his entire body and then realised that he must have lost his tooth. I am sure it is normal.
 
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Hi, thanks for helping with catlover2000 problem, as a first time cat owner, I wouldn't know the answer to that one..
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Thanks everyone for their reply..

I've checked her tooth, at the time her tooth fell out notice a little tooth next to the tooth that came out so those 2 little tooth are now grown out... 2 fangs now. hehe it's like.. "my what big teeth you have"
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Yes, can't you just imagine her sitting in a nighty and bonnet pretending to be your grandma, like in Little Red Riding hood? I can imagine my cat doing that, but it would be odd, as he is male...
 
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