When can you hold a newborn kitten?

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You can hold a newborn kitten after two weeks according to a veterinarian. The mother of the kitten can also determine when to hold a kitten if it trusts you.
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you can hold them anytime you want, not just after they are born because the mother might not accept them they will smell like you and she won't nurse them, after that it depends
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congrats! My cat Bella just had her kittens a week ago. Most sights say that you shouldn't hold them much. I talked to my vet she said it's up to the cat. If she's seems fidgety,
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When can you hold a newborn kitten? It is best to let the mother take care of her kittens for the first 2 weeks. After that, you need to let the mother cat determine if she trusts you. If she looks upset or hisses when you try to touch the kittens, then leave them alone for a while longer.
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