Provide Your New Kitten With The Care He/She Needs


Adopting a kitten can be rewarding and life-changing. No longer will you be worried about coming home to an empty house or feeling unneeded. After choosing to adopt a kitten, it is imperative that you provide your new pet with the care he/she needs so that your kitten remains healthy and happy.

Pet Proof Your Home And Prepare Sleeping And Eating Quarters

Before bringing your new kitten into your home, pet proof each room to minimize the risk of your pet becoming injured or damaging something of value. Simply moving fragile items and placing them on top of a shelf or inside of a cabinet can make a world of difference.

Since kittens and cats often sharpen their claws, drape furnishings with protective covers that will curb your kitten's curiosity and make upholstered pieces seem less appealing to them. Purchase a small bed, food bowls, and a scratching post. Arrange the kitten supplies inside of a central room in your home, where you can easily keep an eye on your pet as they grow accustomed to their new living area. 

Interact With Your Pet And Educate Yourself About Their Natural Personality

After bringing your pet home, plan on spending quite a bit of one-on-one time with them. Your pet may seem scared and apprehensive at first, due to the strange surroundings and the fact that they haven't spent much time around humans. Don't worry, this is natural and your kitten will soon come out of their shell and become more inquisitive and loving as they become more comfortable.

Purchase or borrow some kitten and cat books that describe the traits that different cats possess. Even if you have adopted a mixed breed kitten, you may still notice that your cat possesses many of the qualities that you read about. Educating yourself about your pet's natural personality may make you appreciative of the uniqueness of your kitten and the instincts that they were born with. 

Have Your Pet Spayed Or Neutered And Address Concerns

There are so many cats and kittens who need loving homes and unfortunately, many of them do not acquire ownership and are forced to live without the necessities needed to thrive. Don't add to the problem by refusing to have your pet spayed or neutered. Spaying or neutering your pet will not only prevent your pet from reproducing, but will also assist with keeping your cat content.

A spayed or neutered cat will not be as interested in running out the door to explore the neighborhood and will be satisfied with spending time indoors. Scheduling an appointment for spaying or neutering with a veterinarian hospital such as Angel Pet Hospital is vitally important. During such an appointment, the veterinarian will be able to provide you with sound and solid advice and give your pet the care they deserve.

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The Life Of Veterinarians

Individuals who own pets or livestock often need the services of a veterinarian. Some vet clinics only treat cats, dogs and small animals. Other clinics will also treat large animals including cattle and horses. People who own exotic animals or reptiles can visit a veterinarian to treat their unique pet. My name is Ramona Geffen and I grew up on a farm where my family owned livestock and various pets, so it was common for my family to frequently seek the services of a veterinarian. As a child, I liked to watch the veterinarians at work and I was amazed at the knowledge they had about animals. I've always been in awe of veterinarians and I've took it upon myself to learn about all they do for animals. I decided to write a blog about veterinarians to share what I've learned and I hope that you enjoy my articles.

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