@r.dasbarma disclaimer: this comment is not intended to frighten you it's simply intended to be informative: as an veterinary emergency and critical care nurse I will tell you, unlike dogs, panting in cats is mostly unnatural and generally occurs when a cat is in respiratory distress - referred to as dyspnea. There are many causes, some are very serious and require prompt medical intervention (cardiomyopathy, hydrothorax aka: enlarged heart, fluid in the chest respectively), asthma and heartworms. Some are relatively easily remedied and include heat, anxiety and stress. In kittens FIP i(feline infectious peritonitis) s a valid concern so, if this is not an isolated incident the kitten should be examined immediately. I hope all turns out well for you and the kitty as it is ADORABLE! I would really like to know how this turns out.
@geministars89 no it means they are in respiratory distress. A panting cat is rarely anything good.
3:56 AM Mar 23, 2017
@orc_shaman panting is unnatural in cats. This kitten has a serious medical issue. Not meant to be a damper because it's a beautiful kitty just information so that if you ever see this again you can catch it early. Unfortunately the Odds are against this kitten since the poster is obviously oblivious.
4:10 AM Mar 23, 2017
@sittracysit ahhh.. thanks for the info.. i didn't know that.. hmmm.. next time i see any cats pants, will advice it's owner to do a check up on their lil fam.. thanks..