Relieve Your Kitten Teething Woes

There is nothing more comfortable than a new kitten! But with these adorable big ears and wide eyes, comes the inevitable (and a little less cute) phase of teething in the kitten.

From the early stage of teething in a baby to the teething stage in an mature in a few months, here are our two cents on how to relive this pleasant moment for your new furry friend.

How Long Will My Kitten’s Teeth Last?

Oh yes, the old question is: when do cats start teething? You will start to see the kittens’ milk teeth coming through the gums in about two to four weeks. This first phase of teething can last up to eight weeks.

The second cycle of teething usually begins around the age of three to four months and the 30 mature teeth make their appearance around the age of seven months.

In general? You observe about four months of teething during the first year of your kitten’s life!

Toys to soothe your Kitten’s teeth

But don’t be afraid, new pet owners! There are many toys for kittens that will keep your little stuffed tufted happy and safe, so that his sofas, laces and other furniture are safe.

Here are some of our favorite types of toys to watch out for:

Hard plastic: These types of teething toys for kittens often use a textured surface that is used to massage your furry friend’s gums while chewing. Such a toy should make your kitten happy to chew and come back for a new one!

Dental floss: These toys are usually made from plush fabric and strong dental floss stretched on top. Flossing soothes the gums when the kittens bite and chew the toy.

Fabric toys are often more focused on what’s inside and are usually catnip. Catnip stimulates a surge of energy and periods of play followed by a period of relaxation, which is ideal for a kitten who is teething. Just make sure that the fabric toys with catnip are sewn twice for strength.

Cat Treats Will Keep Your Kitten Busy

We all know that the way to the heart of any kitten is through its stomach. (although rubbing your head doesn’t hurt either. Here are some delicious treats for your teething friend:

Meow and Zen hearts

Soothing treats for cats

These tasty and nutritious treats have a soothing effect, ideal for stressed pets who are teething. Made with real meat and without artificial fillings, they are also a great way to relax after snacking on catnip.


Cat Treats For Hairball Holders

These salmon treats are perfect for chewing. Prepared with prebiotics and probiotics for a happy stomach, these treats have an additional advantage: omega-3 and 6 for a shinier coat!


If you are new to teething in kittens or an experienced professional, just remember: this tooth will pass (see what we did there?). In the meantime, load up on chew toys and healthy treats to keep your kitten happy and safe during the teething phase.

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