Kitten upbringing should be practiced from a very early age and throughout life. Let’s look at the highlights of this challenging process.
It is important to understand that short-term memory is very poorly developed in cats, and if you try to punish a kitten 10-20 minutes ago, it will be ineffective and only traumatizes its psyche. For competent education it is necessary not to punish the kitten after breaking any rules, but try to correct its behavior at the time of the “crime”. Continue reading
Excommunication from the mother is the transfer of the kitten to independent feeding and adaptation to life without a mother cat. The most favorable for this is the age of 10–12 weeks. By this time, the kitten can already do without mother’s milk, goes to the cat’s tray and licks itself, and its psyche is stable enough to move to a new place without harm. Continue reading
Proper nutrition is the basis of a pet’s health, so it’s important to take a responsible approach to deciding how to feed a kitten.
From the first days of life and, as a rule, up to 4-6 weeks the kitten eats mother’s milk. The milk produced by a cat in the first days of a kitten’s life is called colostrum and contains a large amount of antibodies. Continue reading