Why Do Kittens Bite so Much?

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Kittens usually bite, scratch and roll around especially with their playmates. These kinds of aggressive play trains kittens for a time when they mature and hunt for their prey. You need to train your kitten to know which behaviours are acceptable; biting should not be one of them.
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