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Why Do Cats Bite Their Kittens?

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I'm sure I can answer this...It can be a possibility of two answers.

Usually when a cat bites their kitten often times near the scruff or back of their neck is to be able to pick them up and move them to another area they deem safe..

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The mother cat can also be attempting to clean them.
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Cats bite their kittens because they want to teach them how to fight and that adult teeth can hurt people unlike kitten teeth

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