We recommend Pets Best and Trupanion as two of the best pet insurance companies on the market. Both companies offer excellent coverage and have strong communication skills with their customers. It's worth noting that prices may vary depending on your location.
If you're unsure about what kind of deductible to choose, we suggest selecting a deductible that's equal to twice the cost of your average vet visit fee. This will help ensure that you're adequately covered in the event of an emergency or unexpected medical expense.
We recommend that all of ourcat owners prepare a designated kitten room before bringing their new pet home. If space is limited, a private bedroom can be an ideal option. This will provide a safe and secure space for the kitten to adjust to their new surroundings.
When preparing a room for your new kitten, follow these three steps:
Choose a small, quiet room where your kitten can feel safe and secure as they adjust to their new surroundings.
Clean the room as thoroughly as possible, removing any small items that the kitten could swallow or that could be hazardous to their health.
Set up the following items in the kitten room: a litter box and scoop (a litter pad is suggested but not required), a cat bed or cat tree, a water fountain (a fresh water supply in a ceramic bowl is acceptable), dry and wet food bowls (preferably ceramic), and toys to keep your kitten entertained.
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When bringing your kitten home, follow these steps:
Put your kitten in the prepared kitten room and let them come out slowly. Do not pull them out directly, as this can be stressful for them.
Once your kitten has had some time to get used to their new environment, show them where the litter box is located. You can repeat this several times to help them become familiar with it. Next, introduce them to the area where they can find food and water.
Keep a close eye on your kitten until they use the litter box for the first time. It's important that their first toilet experience is in the litter box. We REQUIRE to use the same litter that was used in their previous environment for the first few weeks. You can change the litter once your kitten is familiar with their new surroundings and knows where to go.
After completing these steps, you can begin enjoying the wonderful time with your new kitten!
We've created a preparation list for new kitten owners. It includes a variety of recommended items for feeding, drinking, and bathing, all of which are products we use and provide to our kittens in our daily lives.
To view the preparation list, please click HERE transferred to the appropriate page.