Hi I hope 2CatsLover can help me with a question, if anyone else passes by here and knows cat stuff, please jump in. I have 2 males, neutered, one about 13 months/15 lbs and one 10 months and 8 lbs. They knock each other around, the bigger one lay on top of shortie and bites anything soft--neck, tummy until shortie screams--if I come in to see if refereeing is necessary, they both look at me like, WTF? But this afternoon I was picking up something from the rug and found a tooth--it was a whole tooth that looked like it had been snapped or broken off. I haven't done an oral exams yet, but I wanted to know if cats at the forementioned ages lose 'baby' teeth? I Googled tooth loss and found nothing but dreadful information about cat diseases--both these cats came from a vet who has a hospital and is no-kill; they were thoroughly checked and have their shots etc. The only noticeable problem has been shortie's chronic loose bowels and vet said if diet and antibiotic doesnt clear it up, its stress. He is very stressed, intimidated but also very attached to the bigger cat, imitating everything the bigger one does and follows him like a shadow. Yesterday was manicure day and both had their nails clipped (by me at home). I found Mr. Boo (larger cat) had lost an entire nail down to the quick of his paw; it wasnt infected and the nail tip had begun growing back, but after seeing that and finding the tooth today, I'm concerned the rough housing may be getting too much for both.