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 Do cats have baby teeth?

Answer Like many mammals, cats have a set of "baby teeth" or deciduous teeth. These teeth (26 in total) begin appearing at around two to four weeks of age. The deciduous teeth are replaced by the permanen... Read More »
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Do cats lose baby teeth?

When they're 2 weeks to 5 weeks old, cats get their baby teeth, which are also called deciduous teeth. Cats lose their baby teeth when their permanent teeth begin coming in. This happens when cats ... Read More »
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Do domestic cats lose their baby teeth?

Cats develop two sets of teeth. The first set of teeth, called milk teeth, begin appearing when the kitten is about 4 weeks old. The 26 tiny milk teeth are gradually pushed out over the next six to... Read More »
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Your five year old still has all of his baby teeth He has started complaining of his cheeks being in pain to the touch Could this be related to a sudden loss of teeth?

Answer More than likely, it is teething pain associated with erupting 6 year molars. Those teeth will appear behind his last baby molars, and he does not have to lose any baby teeth before they co... Read More »
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Why Do Baby teeth need to be pulled if no adult teeth are present?

Baby teeth are a lot weaker than adult teeth. Even if there's no adult tooth to replace it, it'll usually crack and fail by itself eventually anyhow.
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