lhs78 wrote:please, i need help to tip me with how to look after a kitten. my children's friend gave them a kitten.i'm clueless of looking after him. I actually dont like cats but because of children i have to like it aswell. Can kitten mandi? what shampoo to use? can i feed him my daughter's milk? use my baby's shampoo?...Goosh! shud i leave it outdoor or indoor? i prefer if its indoor...please advice. thanks all!
allokitty wrote:Never give cat a food contain salt else the fur will drop easily, at early age kittens needs attention. Be sure to keep the kitten indoor and stay near your bed because it needs to have sense of security. Remember its a kitten and it still need motherly love and care so you need to put the sleeping basket near the owner, every time when a kitten see you nearby it will feel happy and able to sleep without feeling lonely and traumatic.
If the cats being naughtly just tap you finger gently on the nose up abit so that the kitten knows its wrong doing. Give your cat a space to roam around to fill in their curiosity. Never tap cats tummy because they knew that was most vulnerable part of the body. Every morning encourage your cat to go outdoor, don't be surprise to see cat munching a grass because its actually try to brush and cleans its teeth.
Once a while play with your cat so that it will easy it boringness and avoid its attention scratching your furniture.
Cats when bonded well with its owner it will do its best to protect its owner family in return for good treatment like catching centipede, venomous spider, snake or indesirable insect coming into the house. I'm come from family of cat lover where all rooted from my granparents. Last time it save our family from scorpion roaming outside the house when we were out there.
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