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Is my kitten male or female?

post #1 of 24
Thread Starter 

Apologize for exposing mason like this... But I have no clue if he/she is m or f...
post #2 of 24

Haha, your pic is hard to distinguish but appears to be a female.

post #3 of 24
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still not quite sure of the sex... But here a clearer pic
post #4 of 24

Girl.

post #5 of 24
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How can you tell? I was told if they have a dot it's a make...
post #6 of 24

If it were a male you would see evidence of testes between the anus and vagina.  (he would have boy bumps :lol3:)

post #7 of 24
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But I can feel lumps below... It's hard to tell cause his hair is long and fluffy
post #8 of 24
My guess would have been male...
post #9 of 24

Definitely male. The distance between the two holes is way too large. Females have vulvas that are very near to the ahnus.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zYUGXzZlulU

post #10 of 24
Looks like a male, if kitty is really young there are probably no testicles yet haven't dropped.
post #11 of 24

Come on now, what's the extra hole then? It's a girl, that's a vagina :)

post #12 of 24

Oh my gosh how funny!! Now I'm second guessing myself, despite sexing hundreds of kittens! Hysterical!

 

How about a front view? That will be the tell-all here :) (hopefully!)

post #13 of 24
It doesn't look like a hole to me I'm seeing a flesh colored nub. I vote boy. Id look to see if there is raised tissue there if so it's a boy if you see no raised tissue it's probably a girl. please let's us know what you find out!!!!!
post #14 of 24
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I tried to get it as clear as I could with out him squirming lol
post #15 of 24
I still vote boy. =)
post #16 of 24

Seeing the new pics, that's a male. No doubt.

post #17 of 24
Thread Starter 
Good cause that would've been awkward since I already named the kitten petey...
post #18 of 24
Thread Starter 
Also do they have kitten shots like they have puppy shots in tractor supply etc??
post #19 of 24

Yeah, with the close-up and the fur moved a little bit, I also change my mind.

post #20 of 24

Yeppers, it's a boy! Haha that was funny.

 

Crystal clear view from the front. Petey! Cute name :)

post #21 of 24
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Originally Posted by madisonmj97 View Post

Also do they have kitten shots like they have puppy shots in tractor supply etc??

 

They sure do, and extremely important, time sensitive!

 

MLV FVRCP (modified live virus)

FVRCP is feline viral rhinotracheitis, calcicvirus and panleukopenia.

Which is herpevirus (number 1 lifetime uri)

Calici

Panleuk (like puppy parvo) deadly.

 

Need a vaccine now, then again in 3 weeks, then one more time.

Once at a year old with a rabies.

Need deworming.

post #22 of 24
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They sure do, and extremely important, time sensitive!

MLV FVRCP (modified live virus)
FVRCP is feline viral rhinotracheitis, calcicvirus and panleukopenia.
Which is herpevirus (number 1 lifetime uri)
Calici
Panleuk (like puppy parvo) deadly.

Need a vaccine now, then again in 3 weeks, then one more time.
Once at a year old with a rabies.
Need deworming.
Are there any other store besides tractor supplies I can go to find those kitten shots? I looked up a tractor supply in my area and it's 39 minutes away...
post #23 of 24

What about having a vet deworm and vaccinate?

It will just be the cost of one vet office visit then the cost for all of them to get vaccines/dewormer, or you can try other pet supply stores?

 

Google it for your area and see what comes up.

post #24 of 24

Sometimes you can find low-cost vaccinations clinics- luvmypet.com

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