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Fun Facts About Kittens

Last week we found some fun facts about puppies to share with you, however this week, it’s time for some fun kitten facts!

  • More than 90% of kittens have Type A blood.
  • One feline year is equal to about fifteen human years.
  • The sweat glands of a kitten are located in the pads of their feet.
  • The heart of a newborn kitten beats approximately 200-300 beats per minute.
  • Depending on the breed, the number of bones in a kittens body differs from other breeds.

In case you missed last weekend’s fun facts, check out the one’s we have about puppies!

*Facts courtesy of All About Cute Kittens

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Akvile is an avid fan of surfing on snow, on water, and the web! Growing up in NY, she moved to Seattle a few years ago and has found her happiness here, where she can do all of the above. Aside from working during the week in the Trupanion office, she has her hands full being the mother of Batman, her massive-eared mini schnauzer who is a cuddle monster by day and super hero by night. She enjoys traveling, wakeboarding, snowboarding, camping, painting, and DJ'ing for fun.

5 Responses to Fun Facts About Kittens

  1. britany arbogast says:

    goood i didnt no that the heart rate of a kitten was 200-300 beats WOW i breed kittens that was a gooooood fact to no but i love animals very ver ymuch!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. abree says:

    hi can you send me a free kitten thanks

  3. alxandrea mclai says:

    hi have 4 kittens for free !! all white kittens .

  4. malayna says:

    there alll so cute

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