Basic tips on what you should know to give the cat you chose a happy start.
So you have a new addition?....Now what?
MAKE AN APPOINTMENT WITH YOUR VET
Newly adopted kittens and cats should always receive an initial examination with your vet. Your vet will thoroughly examine your kitty and determine her overall health condition as well as provide you the options of having additional tests performed, such as a fecal exam to test for parasites or diseases such as Coccidiosis, Giardia, and other gastrointestinal problems. At this time, he will offer to de-worm your kitty. It is always a good idea to have this done to prevent parasitic infestation and malnourishment.
Read More: http://www.cathelp-online.com/health/newowner.php
Kitten Care 1 : Vitals, Nutrition, Development, Determining Gender, Feeding
Raising a healthy kitten ... At some point, you may find yourself in a situation where you are raising and nurturing an orphaned kitten
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Kitten Toilet Training -Never scoop litter again - http://www.cat-urine.net/cat_toilet_training.html
Products to assist you in toilet training your cat
The advantages of cat toilet training
How to toilet train a cat (do it yourself) etc.
Toilet Train Your Cat Kit order here: http://www.citikitty.com/
CitiKitty Training Seat
Works with all toilets
Quick Start Training Guide
CitiKitty Expert Training Tips & Tricks Brochure &
Watch a movie of CitiKitty Graduate Samantha Toiled Traines at the age of 12
Cat Urine Remover - http://www.cat-urine.net/cat_urine_remover.html
Do Cats Feel Love?
Science tells us only humans have emotions. Animals have instinct. A cat shows affection to you because he needs you for his own safety, security and survival. You give the cat what he needs, his instinct tells him to buddy up to you.
No one can “prove” that a cat feels love anymore than it can be proven that a person feels love. Love is one of those things that cannot be proven.
What is love anyway? Here are some Merriam-Webster Dictionary definitions:
1. strong affection
2. warm attachment
3. unselfish loyal and benevolent concern for others
Cats, of course, show affection—other than just when a meal is about to be served. Unless a cat has had a traumatic history with humans, she will seek out her owner for affection in the form of play, stroking or perhaps a chat.
Read More: http://petcentric.com/article.aspx?C=1&OID=24
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