The time has come for you to prepare for your future fur baby! Many people ask me questions about what their kitten is eating, litter they are used to, toys, brushes, etc. So I created this page to help answer all those questions!
I've listed below some of the products I use and recommend to keep your new baby happy and comfortable!
With my extremely busy schedule, I will do individual kitten pictures 3 different times: At 4-6 weeks, at 7-9 weeks, and at 10-12 weeks. I have this schedule so my new pet parents know when to expect updated photos. They get a full day of pampering on picture days. They get a nail trim, bath, and blow dried.
I understand updated pictures are very exciting and I do my best to post updated pictures about every 2 weeks.
It is very important that you keep your kitten on the same food he/she is used to eating! A sudden change of diet can cause upset stomach and diarrhhea! If you would like to change their food, please intergrade the new food slowly over time and not abruptly. Using a probiotic with their new food will help with the transition. I leave dry out as a free feed and feed wet twice a day (Morning and night). I feed all flavors listed.
How much wet food should you feed your kitten?
I would offer them as much as they want to eat in one sitting. When they act uninterested, you will know they are full. Put it in the fridge for later. With each meal, you can get a better gage of how much your kitten will eat each sitting.
I leave dry food out as a free feed and feed wet food twice a day (morning and night). For our wet food, we use the canned Nulo, shredded meat pouches, and boiled chicken/turkey/rabbit with broth. We run it through the grinder, bone and all. Shredded or cubed would be fine too!
If you plan to switch foods, or have any issues with loose stools, I recommend FortiFlora added into their food to help balance their gut. Please be sure if you do change their diet, that you do so gradually, as a sudden change can cause diarrhhea.
Kittens will get these nasal drops around 3 weeks old to help build up extra immunity.
Kittens will recieve a nasal drop vaccine for Bordatella arounds 4 weeks of age
Kittens will get their 3 in 1 vaccines around 6 and 9 weeks of age
Kittens will get their 4 in 1 vaccines around 12 weeks of age
Kittens will get Safe-Guard (Fenbendazole) starting around 2 weeks of age and continue about every 2 weeks until they leave my care
Cats like to climb and be up high! I have all different sizes and styles of cat towers. I would definitely recommend getting some sort of tower for your new baby! They love to lounge and sleep up high as well!
TOYS! Kittens love toys! I have so many different types of toys, from interactive toys, to scratching toys with movable balls, to springs, to wands! They love to bat things around and chase things!
Kittens love to run through and play in tunnels! I have several of different sizes and shapes! Can't go wrong with a tunnel for your kitten!
This harness is what we use on small kittens. They typically grow out of this size around 4-6 months old.
This harness is good for kittens around 6+ months or smaller adults.
This harness is better for full grow, larger adults.
These will help keep hair combed out to prevent matting fur and reduce the amount of shedding.
My kids especially like to use these gloves to pet and comb at the same time. They won't remove large amounts of fur, but do help to cut down on some shedding.
These combs have sharp blades on the inside to cut thru fur and remove mats.
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