Kittens are easier to train because they haven't developed many of the bad habits of older cats, and they are quick and eager to learn. However, don't start too early. Very young kittens should stay with their mothers until they are at least 12-weeks old, and they shouldn't begin training before they've left their mother. More...
5 Things to Know Before You Adopt A New Pet
Animal rescue shelters are partly so full because too many people get puppies, kittens or other pets on impulse or don't think through the long-term responsibilities that owning a pet entails. More...
Dr. Dalya Kitten Q&A
- Q: My kitten is so fussy about her food now she's teething, what can I do?
- A: The fussiness with respect to dry food is not uncommon in a teething kitten. Basically, his gums are inflamed and possibly a little painful from time to time, so the hard dry food may hurt to chew... More »
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