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Weaning Kittens to Solid Food

For the first few weeks of life, kittens depend solely on their mother’s milk as their source of food. This milk provides them with all the nourishment they need at the beginning of their life. After some time, however, kittens need to be introduced to different types of food, and to the diet, they will […]

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Kitten Health Issues

As a responsible pet owner, there are many things you should be concerned with when it comes to the safety and welfare of your kitten. Kitten health issues are one major concern One of the worst diseases your little kitten could get is feline leukemia. Kittens rarely live a few weeks after this disorder has […]

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Newborn Kitten Eye Care

One thing owners immediately notice about their newborn kittens is that they are born both blind and deaf. In this article, we will discuss newborn kitten eye care, how to tackle your kitten’s eyes problems and what types of eye diseases it may develop if cared for improperly. If your kitten’s eyes are still closed, […]

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Read this before Bringing a Kitten Home

It is always exciting when bringing a kitten home for the first time. Before getting your little furball home, however, it’s a good idea to make your home kitten-proof, in order to save both you and your kitten from any possible harm. One thing you may have noticed, if you’ve had kittens before, is that […]

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Tips for Bringing Kitten on Vacation

Some pet owners hesitate when planning trips for the family, as they look down at their new kittens and wonder if they could really leave the newest addition to their family in a shelter for two weeks. Nobody is available to look after it, and of course, they couldn’t leave it home alone. So what’s […]

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Dehydration in Cats – How to Help a Dehydrated Kitten

Unfortunately, kittens tend to dehydrate rather quickly. Dehydration usually occurs when a kitten has a case of “the runs” (also known as diarrhea) or when they are not ingesting enough formula or mother’s milk. There are several ways to tell if your kitten is dehydrated. Skin Elasticity – Gently pull the skin on the back of […]

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Abandoned Newborn Kitten Care

There is nothing better or healthier for a newborn kitten than being close to its mother during those crucial first few weeks of life. It’s the mother cat that provides its kittens with milk, nurture, and above all, guidance which is important for newborn kitten care. The mother cat licks her kittens clean until they’re […]

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Newborn Kitten Feeding Guide

During the first few weeks of their lives, eating and sleeping are pretty much all that newborn kittens do. It is of critical importance to keep kittens close to their mothers at this point, not only for feeding purposes but to keep them warm as well. A mother cat’s milk has all the nutrients and […]

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Feeding Kittens Guidelines

Just as babies eat differently from adults, kittens eat much different food from adult cats. At a very young age, kittens need all the help they can get from the milk and food they ingest in order to grow into healthy felines. Here are some feeding kittens tips and guidelines that will ensure you that […]

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How to Bottle Feeding Kittens

When a kitten is taken away from its mother cat or when you find an orphaned kitten of a very young age, then more times than not, it cannot simply lap up kitten formula or cat milk from a bowl. Bottle feeding kittens is an option to consider in order for them to eat and […]

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