14-01-2015

Kitten Care – In or Out

If possible, keep your cats indoors only. Those cats who roam are in danger of being hit by a car, attacked by dogs, poisoned, shot, trapped, or fighting with other animals. Providing a variety of

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Kitten Care – Litter

Provide a litter pan and insure that the cat can climb easily over the sides. Most cats do very well with clumping clay litter. There are a variety of litter types available (recycled newspaper, wh

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Kitten Care – Marking

Inappropriate Urination vs Spraying/Marking

“Inappropriate urination” is considered to occur anytime a cat urinates outside the litter pan. Spraying/marking and inappropriate urinat

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Kitten Care – Parasites

 External parasites such as fleas, ticks, and ear mites are easy to treat and control. Ear mites live in the ear canals and cause the production of dark, granular or flaky material. Ear mites

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Kitten Care – Spay or Neuter

We recommend spaying (ovariohysterectomy of females) or neutering (castration of males) of your kitten at five to six months of age. Most research supports more benefit then risk to these routine p