Your veterinarian will give you a recommendation for a high quality and nutritious diet for your cat, and advise you on how much and how often to feed him or her.
Microchipping is a safe and permanent identification option to ensure your cat's return should he or she get lost. Ask us about the process and get your pet protected.
Keep your cat indoors to protect him or her from common hazards such as cars, other animals, and diseases like Feline Leukemia Virus and Feline Immunodeficiency Virus.
Dental and Oral Health
Brush your cat's teeth regularly and check with your veterinarian about professional cleanings as well as dental treats and products available to help prevent bad breath, gingivitis, and underlying disease. Although your cat's teeth may look healthy, significant disease could be hidden below the gum line.
Be sure to spend at least 15 minutes a day playing with your cat to keep him or her active and at a healthy weight.
Litter Box Training
Place your kitten in the box after a meal or whenever it appears he or she needs to go. Be sure to scoop out solids twice daily and empty it out completely once a week. The number of boxes in your household should be the total of number of cats plus one.
Frequent brushing keeps your cat's coat clean and reduces the occurrence of shedding, matting and hairballs. Your cat may need professional groomings if he/she has an unmanageable coat or trouble self-grooming.
Entertain your cat's natural instincts by using toys that mimic prey and encourage him or her to jump, run and hunt. Cats also need a vertical space within the home – furniture like a cat tree or a raised perch helps to keep them feeling safe.
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