Simon’s Cat Care: Should You Get A Kitten?
Simons Cat Care Should You Get A Kitten

Simon’s Cat Care: Should You Get A Kitten?

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Simon’s Cat Care: Should You Get A Kitten?
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If you think you're adopting a kitten an animal shelter to be your first port is called They have lots of kittens and cats all looking for a loving home by adopting a kitten from an animal shelter you can help alleviate the pressure on animal Shelters and Also, give a kitten a second chance of a good life However kittens do post on challenges, and they require a lot of attention and play You also need to consider the financial implications of food and vet bills So you may be wondering whether to get one kitten or two? It's worth bearing in mind that cats are actually solitary as a species, and they don't need the companionship of other cats But if you are thinking of getting more than one kitten is worth getting two kittens from the same litter so a sibling pair They're much more likely to get along if you have more than one kitten It's important to remember to give them enough resources themselves So a litter tray water bowl food bowl all spaced out around the house this will help to avoid any competition or conflict between the kittens As part of responsible pet ownership we would recommend that kittens are needed vaccinated and microchipped Neutering is best done before the age of four months this ensures that they don't have any unwanted pregnancies as well as avoiding problems such as cancers or injuries caused by roaming for vaccinations we recommend getting and vaccinated from eight to nine weeks for the first [vaccination] and Then the second one about 12 weeks onwards Microchipping can be done at any age however.

It's often combined with first or second vaccination and can also be done whilst passes being neutered One of the benefits of microchipping a kitten is they're much more likely to be reunited with their owner should they [ever] become lost Chosen to be a lot of fun [and] are a great [addition] to any half now.

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