• The normal heart rate for cats is anywhere between 160-240 beats per minute The normal heart rate for humans is 72 beats per minute. So yes, cats have a much higher heart rate than humans. However, if you have any questions about the health of your pet, you should contact your vet.
  • How does he look otherwise? (Asks the lady with 7 indoor cats and one 5 month old feral(outside cat) that I have been medicating) I have taken care of so many cats! This little female is so tiny she looks like she is 1-2 months old and she is about 5 months old! She looks like a rat here!
  • maybe you should take your kitten to the vet
  • When yo take the kitten to the vet for deworming and vaccinations discuss it with the vet. "Newborn kittens have a heart rate of 220 to 260 beats per minute. To check your cat's pulse rate, put your hand on the inside of the rear leg at mid-thigh."

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