This post, Bringing Home A Cat – Tips to Make Kitty Feel Welcome, is sponsored by Cat’s Pride but the content and opinions expressed here are my own.
Are you bringing home a cat? Find great tips to make kitty feel welcome and safe in your home. Plus learn how you can help save millions of cats with the Litter For Good initiative from Cat’s Pride. #CatsPride #LitterForGood
Bringing Home A Cat
Tips to Make Kitty Feel Welcome
Adopting a cuddly and fluffy kitten or an adult cat can bring joy and companionship to your family. But just like bringing home a baby, you need to be prepared. I have some great tips for helping your kitty adjust to its new home, and help you keep him happy and safe. And, learn how to help save millions of homeless cats one jug of litter at a time!
- Carrier or Crate
Be sure to take a carrier or crate with your when you go to pick-up your cat. Place a soft and cozy blanket inside for kitty to snuggle into. Not only will it provide a sense of security, it is also the best and safest way for your cat to travel in a car.
- Appropriate Food
It is important to feed your cat a healthy and nutritious diet that is appropriate for its age. Kittens have different nutritional needs than fully grown cats or older mature cats. Be sure to ask your veterinarian for a recommendation if you have questions.
- Litter Box and Litter
Have a litter box ready to go for your new feline friend. They will thank you. Cat’s like to use a litter box. If you are bringing home a very young kitten, good news, litter training will be easy! Kittens that are 10 to 12 weeks old may come to their new home already trained. If you buy Cat’s Pride® Fresh and Light® litter in the GREEN JUG, one pound of litter will be donated to a shelter for those kitties less fortunate than yours.
- Other Necessities
Some other items you will want to have for your cat or kitten are a Scratching Post, Food and Water Dishes, Grooming Tools, Collar and Tag, Safe Toys, a Bed.
- Visit the Veterinarian
Take your cat or kitten to see the veterinarian within the first week of bringing home a cat. At that visit, your kitty will get a wellness check, any shots or tests they may need, and you can have them microchipped as well.Are you bringing home a cat? Find great tips to make kitty feel welcome and safe in your home. Plus learn how you can help save millions of cats with Litter For Good from Cat's Pride. #ad #CatsPride #LitterForGood #cat #kitten Click To Tweet
Tips for Helping Kitty
Kittens are sometimes adopted as early as six weeks old. This is a little early and can be hard on the kitten. Ten to twelve weeks old makes for a much easier transition. Kittens may be lonely – missing their mom and siblings. The will also be confused and maybe scared. Soothe your kitten by holding it gently, keeping it warm, providing pets, and playing with it. Take cues from your cat as to what it may want or need, or how much to provide.
- Adopt Two Cats
Bring two kitties home is a win-win for both you and the cats. Your cats won’t be lonely, they’ll have a feline buddy to cuddle and play with. This will not only be easier on you, but it is twice the entertainment watching the cats frolic and play together. Jinx and Josie are brother and sister from the same litter. They are definitely a bonded pair. They love each other so much, take care of each other, snuggle and play — super cute.
Help SAVE Millions of Cats! CLICK HERE
You can help homeless cats living in shelters across the country when you buy Cat’s Pride litter for your cat. Be a part of the Litter For Good initiative — purchase the Fresh & Light litter in the GREEN JUG and Cat’s Pride will donate one pound of litter to an animal shelter. You can also help by signing up for the free Cat’s Pride Club and nominating your favorite local shelter to receive a litter donation. Find out more about the program HERE.
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