- Jun 20, 2019
All of those pictures are one of the kittens. Momma does not have it. On her other litter of kittens (they are almost one yr) only one has it. I dont think its bedbugs bc i dont have any bites or red bumps. they also usually dont sleep on my bed but idk how bedbugs work. Thank you for responding!!!Is it momma on the first pic, and thus, both momma and kittens have it? How old are the kittens?
What are they eating?
It could be some sort of skin parasite or even BEDBUGS...
The best answer is prob to contact your vet.
unfortunately no but since the weeks that ive posted this they have been getting better and i plan on getting a job to pay for them to get all of their shots and everything.aha, so so far its just ONE of the kittens having this?
the cats look a lot better. the skin is healing and their hair is growing back.It’s difficult to say from the pictures. Do they have fleas? Or it could be ringworm or an allergy to something unknown. Your best bet is to get the affected kittens seen and treated by a vet. Are you able to do this?
Also, mom should be spayed soon to prevent future litters.
Do keep us posted!