On to the never ending odyssey of sphynx cat questions.... Our babies came home, they are 14 weeks now, so they've been weened for a while I think.... We just got them friday night, and we;ve noticed they have been nursing each other. We have a boy and a girl (pic below) the boy is much larger, and will nurse on the girl, sometimes on a little nipple, but just as often on a wrinkle of loose skin (like on her knee) I know that some kittens will do this behavior to comfort themselves- I get that it is a big change from their old life to their new one, but I thought this was from being weened too early? It is their mum's 3rd litter I think, so she had some practice with babies too. They seem to be adjusting well, the boy is timid, but will sometimes come when we call him, he's not running away any more when we try to pet him, and he gets lots of loving and affection- and purrs lots! The girl is much more adventurous, and was brave and curious from the start, she will nurse herself sometimes too, but usually only after the boy starts... They seem to like each other's company, and will call out when they can't see the other one, but they are playful and active. Google seems divided about this issue, if we should split them apart for this behavior, of if we should leave them alone, and they'll grow out of it. I just want them to be healthy. I understand they may miss their mum... But I am afraid the boy will hurt the girl (he is almost twice her size, even though they are siblings the same age) Any help from the experts? We've never had kittens before!