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1. 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.
2. 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.
3. 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.
4. 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.
5. 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.
6. 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.
7. Has Your Kitten Had His Shots?
Before the days of effective vaccines, cats routinely fell victim to a grim menu of diseases. Since the introduction of vaccines, the incidence of these diseases has drastically diminished in our feline friends.
8. How to Determine the Sex of Your Kitten
Your cat just delivered a litter of cute and adorable kittens, but how can you tell the boys from the girls? It can be difficult to distinguish between the genitals of male and female kittens, especially when only a few days to weeks old.
9. How to Kitten Proof Your Home
Cats are curious critters, and, once you bring a cat home, she will want to explore every inch of your house. Like child-proofing for a toddler, cat-proofing your home is vital to your cat's safety and well being.
10. How to Talk To and Handle My New Kitten
One thing you have to remember when dealing with kittens, especially young ones, is that they are very impressionable. In the first few weeks of their lives you can set them up for success or failure based on your interactions with them.

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