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Biting random objects

Kelly M-Kelly M- Member Posts: 779
edited 22 December, 2010 in Behavior & Training
So a couple of days ago, I noticed Hunter was biting a ceramic house. I put the house away and things were fine. This morning, he started to bite a light bulb!!! I took that away immediately. He doesn't bite people. He can't be teething. He will be 11 months old next week. Maybe he is hungry? Should I start giving him more food? He gets a can a day. 5.5oz. Anyone else's kitty bite random objects? He doesn't eat anything, just kind of like naws on it. Any suggestions would be appreciated!

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  • Lisa DausmanLisa Dausman Member Posts: 5,216
    edited 8 December, 2010
    I wasn't sure, so I had to look it up, kittens are done teething, by 24 weeks. I am wondering if Hunter has a tooth that is bothering him. Can you look in his mouth, and see if anything looks inflammed? You might want to give your vet a quick call, and maybe take him in to have his teeth examined. :D The others will also have good ideas and thoughts. Best of luck, and let us know. :D :-h
  • Kelly M-Kelly M- Member Posts: 779
    edited 13 December, 2010
    Alright so Hunters teeth are fine. But he started biting my shoes this weekend. Sometimes I think he was a dog in a previous life! :)) I wonder if they have like chew toys for cats. I don't know why he is biting things. Its so odd. Suggestions?
  • Kristi BarfieldKristi Barfield CharlotteMember Posts: 75
    edited 22 December, 2010
    Nova bites random objects, too. She won't go looking for things to bite, but if it's sitting infront of her face, she will absentmindedly bite it. Her most common thing to bite is the corner of the laptop when she is comfortable on my lap. She has also chewed through the wire on one of my headsets while sitting on my lap. And the other day, we caught her gnawing on a chair that she was sitting next to! I have yet to figure out her reason for this, so sorry I can't provide any advice as to why your kitty might be doing it.. but at least you can know that you aren't alone. :)
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