4 edition of Care for your kitten. found in the catalog.
Care for your kitten.
|Series||The official RSPCA pet guide, The RSPCA pet care series|
|Contributions||Rixon, Angela., Mews, Anna., Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||48|
The Complete Cat Health and Care Guide! Why do you need a book on cats? Do you want your cat to be happy and healthy? Looking for information on cat breeds? Just got a new kitten and need to know the secrets to looking after it? Having trouble with litter training and sick of having to clean up the mess? Kittens are more than just adorable. To us, bringing a baby cat home is like bring an angel who promises lots of fun and happy moments. Although affection is one indispensable element, your kitty needs your extreme care until he can handle things his own.
Take care when introducing your kitten to other family members and existing pets so as to ensure they all get off on the right foot. Children. It can be very exciting for young children when welcoming a new pet into their home, so the potential for them to overwhelm a new kitten will be high. Your new kitten will be a cat before you know it and you will need to understand how to look after their welfare throughout their life. However, there are also some additional considerations for kittens which this guide highlights. Although they do not stay young for long, the care you provide for your kitten will help ensure their happiness File Size: KB.
Best Way to Introduce a New Kitten. Your life with your new kitten begins on the ride home. First, cats should always be transported in some kind of pet carrier in the car. By teaching your kitten to ride in a confined location, you are providing safety as well as starting a routine that you can maintain for future car rides. Feed your cat a high-quality cat food twice a day, and always leave a bowl of fresh water out so that your cat can drink when it's thirsty. You'll also need to put out a litter box so your cat has somewhere to go to the bathroom%(87).
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Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Complete Kitten Care/5(59). If you already own or are planning to buy a kitten this easy-to-use introductory guide is a must.
Clearly illustrated with colour photographs throughout, it covers all aspects of daily care including housing, feeding, handling, hygiene, grooming, health and first aid/5(41). Kitten's Sanctuary The first two weeks, it is best to keep your kitten confined to a small area or room. This allows for supervision and ensure kitten’s safety, especially when you are not home to.
Cat Care: Essential Tips is a book that sums up how to look after a cat in tips and pointers. This book gives you all the information regarding cats―right from selecting the perfect cat for your household to Care for your kitten.
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Introduce your kitten to the litter box early and often. It is instinctive for kittens to cover their urine and stools but it is up to you to keep the pan clean and odor free. Stimulating and interacting with your kitten Stimulation and interaction are critical in the socialization and natural enjoyment of your new kitten.
Provide gentle interaction and avoid rough play like hand fighting that can lead to. Kitten Care. Newborn Kitten Care Advice for caring for a kitten during the first weeks of life.
Nutrition Tips for Kittens Kittens have special nutritional needs. Get the facts. Yes, You Can Train a Cat It's a great chance to bond with kitty.
Here's how to do it. How to Litter Box Train Your Kitten These training tips will help you get started. Kittens have very specific developmental needs for the first 10 weeks of their lives in terms of nourishment, warmth, socialization, and excretion. For this reason, most breeders and shelters typically wait until their kittens are of age before they’re put up for adoption.
Ask which vaccinations your kitten needs and how often: Preventive care for kittens may include vaccines for feline leukemia, rabies and distemper. These shots are usually first administered when a kitten is around 8 weeks of age, with boosters given every few weeks until she reaches 16 weeks of age.
If there is a behavior that is less than favorable to you that your kitten is starting to exhibit, be sure to nip it in the bud as soon as possible. Provide your kitten with appropriate scratching surfaces, items to climb, and toys to play with.
Use treats and catnip to entice it to the areas you want it to play in and on. COMPLETE KITTEN CARE is your go-to guide for kittens information on kittens health, new kitten care, and buying a kitten or adopting a stray or shelter kitten for your family.
You'll learn all the latest about raising a cat of your dreams, introducing a new kitten to the rest of your family, and enjoy the award winning cute kitten pictures.4/5.
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Covering issues such as determining age, feeding, stimulation, veterinary needs, and even compassion fatigue and self-care, this is a great tool to help foster parents feel prepared to care for a kitten. A bowl of dry food will allow your kitten to be able to 'snack' whenever it feels hungry.
Water. Your kitten needs fresh water available at all times. Try not to use plastic bowls as they tip over easily.
A heavy china, pottery or porcelain dish is preferable. Should I give my kitten milk. Although your kitten may want to share your bed it is important to provide them with a comfortable dry bed of their own as well.
Use bedding that is safe, can be easily cleaned and dried and place the bed somewhere cosy and private. Litter trays. Place a litter tray in a quiet and private area for your kitten to use when they need to go to the toilet. This book is aimed at children - involving them in the selection and preparation for owning a cat, as well as lightly covering all aspects of cat care and ownership.
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Get this from a library. Care for your kitten. [Anna Mews; Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.;] -- Pedigree or mongrel.
- Which sex to choose - Neutering - Breeds - Biology - Housing - Feeding - Grooming - Training - Exercise - Health - Vaccinations - Household dangers - Ailments. Around now your kitten will need their second vaccinations. You should also book them in to be neutered (at four months), and ask your vet about worming.
Spend lots of time playing with your kitten every day. - Mental stimulation is also important so play games like hiding their food. Try some kitten training like having them come to you when you call.
Once your kittens are using a litter box, please monitor the box daily. Remember that diarrhea will dehydrate your kittens, so be proactive about contacting the foster department if you notice any diarrhea. If a kitten has bloody or mucoid diarrhea, please contact the foster coordinator immediately and start the emergency phone protocol.Leaving Your Cat at Home or in a Kennel While You're Away.
Although some cats travel well, most really don't enjoy globe-trotting. If you're going to be gone only a day or two and your cat free feeds and has no special care needs, you might be able to leave him alone with plenty of food, water, and litter.Kitten Care.
Give your kitten all the care she needs when she arrives! Kitten care doesn't have to be daunting - WHISKAS ® has created a hub of articles to help you navigate the world of kitten care, from getting her home on her first day to tips on kitten-proofing your home.