How to care for a kitten


Without any doubt, adopting the kittens is an awesome experience, but they are a sensitive animals, so they need a special care for a good development. In this few paragraphs you will learn how to take care for this beautiful creatures. If this is the first time you’ve adopted a kitten, you will need to take care of some business before they arrive, if you prepare the kitten is likely to adapt more quickly and your relationship will be much more positive. cats are scrupulous animals so we recommend you leave their food dish water bowl and litter box in separate areas, if you have other cats at home or you plan to adopt more than one kitten at the same time, we recommend you have a box for each one this way you can help avoid conflict. You will also need to clean all the utensils every so often and renew the water regularly. it’s also important to get a scratcher, this way you can prevent your cat from scraping their claws in the furniture, finally you’ll need to leave them a bed somewhere quiet and away from disruption, we also recommend a quiet nest somewhere else for them to hide, when they are afraid or if they simply want some peace, if we have adopted a one month old kitten or younger, it is imperative we go to a veterinarian to obtain artificial kitten formula, which will be their entire diet, separate kittens from her a mother, is the most important thing that you should not do it, Unless absolutely necessary. from their first day, kittens need breast milk and colostrum, to get a strong and healthy immune system, until they reach 2 months of age, then gradually we can weaning them onto solid food, we should offer them daily small portions of wet food or kitten specific pate, later we can dry food with a little water to help them ingest properly, after we can switch to dry food completely.

The optimal age of adopting a kitten is at 3 months of life, this is when they are completely weaned, immunized, and have learned necessary behaviors from their mother, such as grooming, basic, hygiene and feline body language. At this stage, the kitten should eat solids without a problem, there are several types of feed we can offer kittens each with advantages and disadvantages, it will be the decision of each Guardian what type to offer. while their feed provides all the necessary nutrients for the feline, it is not always easy to find quality commercial product, on the other hand, homemade diets can help guarantee we are using only quality natural products, they will need a veterinary follow up to rule out the presence of parasites or nutritional deficiencies. If we have adopted a kitten older than three months which has stayed with their mother, we can virtually assure they will be properly socialized with other cats, preventing fear and aggressive behavior.

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