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    it amazes me how cute cats are and just your average domestic shorthair. the cuteness overload can induce an aneuryism. I think when it comes to their face, the little nose with the little cheeks with the whiskers and little mouth is really adorable and is in perfect cute balance with their cute eyes/ears. they have an innocent and beguiling face. it is a face you want to just plant kisses all over like a baby. then they have beautiful markings on their fur with cute little paws. and they are little, the size of a human baby. they are just too CUUTE!
     
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    wikiHow to Care for Newborn Kittens

    Caring for newborn kittens is hard work. (But it is worth it! SIASL) They require attention and care around the clock. If you have recently taken in some newborn kittens, you will have your work cut out for you. If the mother cat is still in the picture, she can provide most of the kittens’ needs herself. You can support her by feeding her and leaving the kittens alone during their first week of life. If the mother cat is not around or not able to care for her babies, then you will have to take over her responsibilities. This will include feeding the kittens, keeping the kittens warm, and even helping the kittens go to the bathroom.

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