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How to Care for Your Kitten

Raising kittens can be a fun and exciting endeavor, bringing joy and happiness into your home. The happiness of owning a kitten is even more enjoyable when you know that your pet is healthy, friendly, well-adjusted, and happy. So, do you need to kn...
by Pets Journal on Dec 17, 2015

How To Sex A Kitten

Shortly after birth the sex of a kitten can be determined. The genitalia of a kitten compared to that of an adult is more difficult to see. One should have no problem determining the sex however if you look carefully. Face the kitten away from you an...

How to cat-proof you home

If you are looking to buy a kitten there are a few things you should know. Firstly, you’ll spend the initial few months cooing over your new kitty and secondly, you’ll have to cat proof you home. The little fur ball you bring into the family migh...
by The Cat Zine on Dec 16, 2011

How To Bottle Feed Kittens

Feeding a kitten by bottle helps to satisfy the suckling urge, but bottle feeding will require that the kitten be strong enough in order to suck from the bottle. If using a commercial kitten nurser with a soft nipple, you will more than likely need t...

Neonatal Conjunctivitis

The eyes of a newborn kitten will not fully open until she is 10 to 12 days old. Before the eyes open, behind the eyelids there is a closed space that can become infected if infectious agents or bacteria gain entrance through small scratches around t...

Getting Kitten Car Care Items

The line of Kitten Car care products covers almost all the maintenance and cleaning needs of a small vehicle. With Kitten Car care products you can rejuvenate paintwork, protect the surface of the car against bad weather, and give a … Continue...
by Puppies Sale Jacksonville on Apr 8, 2011

Getting Kitten Car Care Items

The line of Kitten Car care products covers almost all the maintenance and cleaning needs of a small vehicle. With Kitten Car care products you can rejuvenate paintwork, protect the surface of the car against bad weather, and give a lasting shine to...
by Macon Pet Sitter on Mar 18, 2011

Common Illnesses In Kittens

Kittens like all living things can become ill. When your kitten isn’t feeling well, it’s not all that difficult to figure out that something’s just not right. A strong indicator that your kitten may be unwell is if she starts acting...

Roundworms

Roundworms are probably the most common type of worm found in both kittens and puppies alike. The larvae are transmitted to the kittens when nursing by the way of their mother’s milk. Kittens with roundworms will develop a pot belly like appear...

Roundworms

Roundworms are probably the most common type of worm found in both kittens and puppies alike. The larvae are transmitted to the kittens when nursing by the way of their mother’s milk. Kittens with roundworms will develop a pot belly like appear...

How To Spend Quality Time With Your Pets?

Kittens love to play and while we might not have enough time to dedicate to them. There is nothing better than to spend the time playing and build up a relationship with them that they will keep for life. At times when you won’t be able to spen.
by The Cat Zine on Feb 17, 2009

Tips For New Kitten Owner

First of all they need a good place to sleep that is private and they can feel safe. Luckily there are many different types of beds and baskets that are available. The area that the kitten will be sleeping needs to be free from drafts and as warm and...
by The Cat Zine on Feb 17, 2009

Septicemia

Septicemia is an infection that is seen in kittens under two weeks of age. This infection can enter the bloodstream by way of an infected umbilical cord or through bacteria-infected milk. Signs of septicemia include: distended, bloated stomachs, voca...

Septicemia

Septicemia is an infection that is seen in kittens under two weeks of age. This infection can enter the bloodstream by way of an infected umbilical cord or through bacteria-infected milk. Signs of septicemia include: distended, bloated stomachs, voca...

Toxic Milk Syndrome

The milk of a mother cat can become toxic to her kittens due to breast infections such as mastitis.  Commercial milk replacement may also be toxic if it has turned bad or has not been properly prepared. The signs of toxic milk syndrome can include d...

Toxic Milk Syndrome

The milk of a mother cat can become toxic to her kittens due to breast infections such as mastitis.  Commercial milk replacement may also be toxic if it has turned bad or has not been properly prepared. The signs of toxic milk syndrome can include d...

Feeding Kittens

Since your kitten’s body is going to go through major transformations in a short period of time (doubling in size several times in just mere months), good quality protein and nutrients will play an essential role. Kittens should be eating four..

Feeding Kittens

Since your kitten’s body is going to go through major transformations in a short period of time (doubling in size several times in just mere months), good quality protein and nutrients will play an essential role. Kittens should be eating four..


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