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Ten Tips for Bringing a New Kitten Home

1: Banish the Single-Kitten Blues
When you first bring your kitten home, he may miss his siblings and mother. He'll meow in confusion or wake up during the night. Ease his stress by picking him up, stroking him while speaking in a soothing tone. Wrapping a ticking clock in a towel and placing it near his bed to remind him of his mother's heartbeat.

Kittens have so much energy, they need to stay active to be happy. If you bring home two kittens together rather than one, they'll focus their play-fighting, scratching and wrestling on each other, and are less likely to feel lonely.

The Three Little Kittens

Meet Lucky, Dusty and Ned.  I am pet sitting for these cute little kittens.  They are 6 months old and have lots of energy.  The kittens are siblings.  If you look closely, they all have the same nose.


Nine Tips for Introducing a Kitten into Your Home
If your children are under 6 years old, and you want to add a kitten to your family's collection of pets, here are some pointers to keep in mind:

  • Take charge. "Young children can't be in charge of a pet," says Gail F.
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