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New Kitten? Here Are Five Training Tips for New Kitten Owners

People often assume that cats are untrainable, but this just isn’t true; felines are highly intelligent and can easily be taught a variety of behaviors. Begin training your kitten as soon as you bring him home, in order to give him the best chance of fitting in with your family. Here are five foundational training…

Wild Child? How Do I Keep My Energetic Kitten From Hurting Herself?

Q: My new kitten is a wild child, constantly racing all over, jumping up and down on everything. I’m worried she will hurt herself. How can I help her explore safely? A: From houseplants to electrical cords to barely accessible crawl spaces, if there’s a hazard in your home, your kitten will find it. Be…

Help! Our Wild Kitten Is Tearing Up Our House

Q: We adopted a 5-month-old kitten who is now 10 months old, and we can’t get her to calm down. She has several voice levels and sounds, and she is always running up the curtains and clawing at things. We won’t remove her claws, but she’s tearing up our house. What do we do? A:…

Our Kitten Loves to Bite–How do We Stop Her?

Q: We got a beautiful kitten a few months ago. She has been a joy to the two of us, a retired couple. We do have a problem, though:Our kitten loves to bite. She bites when playing. We have yelled no, scolded her and batted her nose when she has bitten us. She still likes…

What You Need to Know About Feeding Your Kitten

For the first few months of life, your growing kitten will need a few special nutritional considerations. This guide will help you get a handle on the basics of feeding your cute little bundle of fur. While feeding a kitten may seem like a no-brainer, it’s essential that you hammer out a diet plan that…

Kitten Care: Your Kitten Needs Regular Checkups

Whether your new kitten is from a breeder, shelter, neighbor, or simply a stray you’ve brought into your home, one of the first things you need to do is arrange a veterinary checkup. This way, if there is a preexisting condition in the kitten, you can alert the breeder or shelter, especially if it’s a…

It’s Time to Bring Your New Kitten Home

A curious, cuddly new kitten will bring love and laughter into your home. But, to keep everyone healthy and happy, you have to introduce your furry new friend into your home the right way — here’s how. Bringing home a new kitten is exciting — you’ve suddenly got a cute, cuddly, incredibly curious new friend!…

Make Sure You Kitten-Proof Your Home Before Bringing That Little Fur-Ball Home

Preventive care is the cornerstone for building good health for life, but there’s also something these new kitten owners need to do at home, and that is to create an environment that will prevent accidents. Even the most experienced cat owners can find it difficult to kitten-proof a home. Arm yourself with this list, and…

Selecting a Kitten That is a Right Fit for You

Adopting a new kitten can seem like a daunting responsibility, especially if it’s your first. This guide will help you determine exactly which kitty will be a good match for your lifestyle. Considering the fact that your prospective feline roommate could be with you for over 15 years, it makes sense that you should put…

The Importance of Play For Your Kitten

Kittens are known for their frisky behavior, running, climbing, pouncing and pawing. This play is actually a vital part of normal development, helping the young cat develop social, predatory and locomotion skills that adult cats in the wild would need. Play Behaviors in Young Kittens When kittens are still with their mother, their play is…

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