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KITTENS

If you want to purchase a kitten you have to know exactly what you're looking for. Is it going to be a family companion or a cat you intend to breed in future. If you are looking for a family pet, then you need to find a kitten that is realatively compatible with you and your family. Avoid pet shops. Animals in them look cute but often lack shots and are often get sick.



When you pick your kitten, you should consider the type of home it comes from and it's mother's state of health. Do not buy a kitten from a breeder that will not let you see the mother cat. You don't want the mother to be sick. If a cat is pedigree that does not mean the cat is a good one. Pedigree cats are often inbred and are prone to disease.














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Healthy kittens have bright and shiny eyes and coat. They will also generally look happy and interested in their surroundings. Avoid kittens that are too shy or scared. Their ears should also be clean and they should also have a pale pink mouth and gums. A healthy kitten will require less medical visits and save you money in the long run.

You have to be very patient when establishing a relationship with a kitten. Just like people, kittens need time to bond with you. When you first get your kitten, don't let it wander around on it's own. First, let it get used to you before it gets used to your hourse. You should keep kittens n their own room with their litter tray, food and water. Kittens' also need a comfortable bed or basket to sleep in with some toys to play with. They love yarn.


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