It really depends on how big the cat is. the most logical one you could weigh it in is lbs. or ounces
4kg, but cats are really hard to weigh. A gram is quite small and there are 1,000 grams in one kg or Kilogram (Kilo means 1000; that is why you see it sometimes written as 10K or 5K, meaning 10,000 or 5,000.) 4 grams is a pretty small weight, 4kg would be much heavier. In fact, it would be 1,000 times heavier.
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the cat was as quiet as a ninja
you answer it in inches not feet because feet is a lot and inches is enough for a long cat and small cat don't you think
Kilograms (kg) or pounds (lbs) are the most common units used to weight a cat.
For a cat I would use centimeters.
1KG = 2.20Lb so for a cat that weighs 7KG would weigh 15.43Lb
First, weigh yourself. Then, write that down. Then hold the cat in your hands and weigh yourself again. Subtract the cat and your weight together from your weight.
none. if a cat weighed a ton it would be dead.
The weight of a cat skeleton would vary widely because of the size of the animal. However, an average sized cat skeleton may weigh up to 5 pounds.
The formula would be 4x+x=45. You would write out let statements. You would then solve the formula for "x." The number that you get for "x" is the cat's weight. Then you multiply "x" by 4 to get the dog's weight. To check your answer see if they add up to 45.
I would probably use kilograms.
Gallons is a liquid measurement and pounds are a solid measurement. A close estimate would be almost five gallons.