Frequently asked questions
- What to avoid when raising a kitten?
- Forcing attention on your kitten
- Punishing your kitten
- Bringing any plants home without knowing if they are safe for your kitten
- Can you leave your kitten at home alone?
- What should I feed my kitten?
- Which diseases can a kitten catch?
- Cat scratch disease
- What to do before bringing a kitten home?
Here are a few things you can avoid when raising a kitten:
If your kitten is between two to four months of age, do not leave it alone for more than six hours. Avoid leaving it alone for the first few months.
Newborn kittens should be fed by their mothers. If they are separated from their mother, use a special milk formula recommended by your veterinarian.
Here are a few diseases that your kitten can catch:
The first thing you should do before bringing a kitten home is kitten-proofing the house. Your kitten should not be exposed to any sharp edges. Don’t keep any plants indoors until you know about their safety. Moreover, buy a litter box, water bowl, and food bowl before you bring your kitty home.