Before looking for the best cat or kitten information you should first understand what is involved in bringing a kitten home. Kittens are born with no eyes. After being born, they depend completely on their mother for nourishment and become highly susceptible to infection during this time. They don’t usually open their eyes for more than a week after birth. After about two weeks they start to explore the outside world and quickly become curious about their environment.
When your kittens arrive at your home they will be extremely skittish, nervous and fearful. You should begin giving your new kitten’s the appropriate kitten information as soon as you get them home. This will help calm them down and make them less apprehensive about people and things in the new home. Kittens that have been successfully introduced to people and other animals within their new home tend to become more at ease and less anxious in their surroundings after they have been exposed to several people and animals. After a few weeks, you can slowly introduce them to visitors.
If you already have a pet cat that has not been spayed (or has had one but needs to be terminated) you will need to provide it with additional cat bedding before introducing your kitten. You will want to place it somewhere in the house that your pet cat will have access to but it should be kept in a separate part of the house from other animals and pets. Your kitten information will provide you with the information you need on how to properly care for your kitten once you bring it home. Kittens need lots of attention and love and will grow up to be beautiful, smart and adorable felines. If you give them the proper care and attention when they are a kitten, they will turn into lovely, adorable adult cats that are wonderful additions to any family.