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1. Bringing Home a Cat or Kitten
There are things to do and not do when getting a new cat. Here are some expert tips.
2. Caring for Newborn Kittens
Delivering and caring for a new litter can be an overwhelming task for any mother. Even though your cat will probably do a great job caring for her babies, there are some things you can do to help maintain a litter and keep them healthy.
3. Caring for Newborn Kittens
New mothers sometimes need help caring for their new babies. Learn what is normal and when it is time for you to intervene.
4. Creating a Social "Friendly" Cat
The one thing that every new kitten owner dreams of is having their kitten grow up to become an adoring, confident, people-friendly cat; just like a good old-fashioned Maine Coon that dotes on its human family, loves all visitors.
5. Developmental Milestones in the Kitten
Your cat just delivered a litter of cute little kitties; when can you expect them to begin showing changes as they grow? Here is a quick overview of the developmental milestones in the kitten.
6. Eye Care in Kittens
Your mother must have told you, “Never rub your eyes, except with your elbows.” And she might well have added, “And never put anything in your eyes unless told to by a doctor.” Well, pretty much the same holds true for kittens.
7. Fading Kitten Syndrome
Loss of kittens early in life is heartbreaking and can be caused by a variety of problems.
8. Feeding Your Kitten For the First Few Days Home
There are lots of things you will need to think about and plan for prior to bringing home a new kitten. How to feed, what to feed, and when to feed … are just a few of the concerns.
9. Getting to Know Your Kitten
You've just adopted a kitten, one of nature's miracles and life's supreme joys. Getting to know your kitten is a work in progress that extends long after your kitten becomes an adult cat.
10. Grooming Your Kitten
Although kittens are known to be quite fastidious, they may need some assistance in keeping themselves clean. Grooming sessions also allow you to do a quick health check on your kitten.
 

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