How to properly raise an adopted kitten

How to properly raise an adopted kitten
An adopted kitten can be taught hygienic habits and a varied diet, as well as good behavior in the home. The potential owner will need some love and patience for the machete.
A cat as a pet is a good choice – say veterinarians. The cat is, despite the common opinion about the individuality and self-interest of the cat, the cat is actually very attached to the residents of the home. Cats are not demanding and you shouldn’t let her roam around because she can get hurt and get infected with some disease.
It is best to take a kitten raised in a home with a mother (who spent the first 6 weeks with her mother and possibly other siblings)
If a child or someone brings you a kitten from the street, then that animal should be taken to the vet first. The veterinarian will check whether the kitten is sick, whether it has red and external parasites, a skin disease or a fungal disease. Today, there are preparations against fleas, one drop of which is enough to rid the animal of fleas. An adopted kitten should be observed for several days to determine its appetite, digestion, cheerful mood. Cats are mostly playful at night because they are nocturnal animals.
The kitten quickly learns new skills and knowledge
The cat should be vaccinated, which is the concern of the veterinarian. The owner should discipline the cat and develop hygiene habits and learn everything about the cat’s diet. Offer the cat factory sprinkles if it has not been with May in the first week, so it does not know how to use the toilet properly. Factory sprinkles exist today with various additives (with mint or orange deodorant). Dip a tissue in machete urine and place it on the sprinkler. This way your pet will learn to use the toilet properly. Kittens will quickly understand toilet lessons by smell. Shredded newsprint can be used instead of expensive sprinkles. Everything should be replaced with a new one after each use of the toilet. Avoid sand taken from a building, which may contain viruses and parasites (because all the surrounding cats and dogs have already used it for the same purposes).
Milk is not for cats (cats only drink milk in cartoons)
In principle, cats do not like milk, which they do not really like, because it is difficult to establish a normal balance of intestinal flora in young people. Some of the bacterial species in the intestines overgrow if the diet is unbalanced (and also from the fridge). It is best to get cats used to eating cooked cat food that contains building and nutritional ingredients (depending on the cat’s age). Dry food normally does not increase the risk of urinary tract diseases. Kittens should not eat even 1 gram of living offal or meat (pork, no way, because the cat can get diseases, among others, Auieckoieva-decease, to which the cat is most sensitive and from which there is usually no cure). A cat is a carnivore, but one should not indulge its desires.
The cat needs to get used to a variety of thermally processed food from the beginning
So you offer the cat something new and different in, say, 4 daily meals. Leave out some food if the cat gets diarrhea and has digestive problems. Instead of sleeping, the cat will choose according to will. It is usually the owner’s bed. There is something difficult to change. But, the cat can be taught not to jump on the table, not to tear the curtains, not to sharpen its claws on the furniture and beds (give the cat pieces of carpet or wood distributed throughout the house). Otherwise, the cat needs to learn words and prohibitions (shic). Address the cat with a kind voice if you approve something, and a strict one if you forbid. And repeat those words. If the cat does not obey immediately, it is not a sign that she did not understand the owner, but her pride does not allow her to obey immediately. Do this after 1 to 2 minutes. Cats should not be allowed out of the house even for short walks because they will get various diseases from stray cats. Young males should be castrated before 1 year of age (because a turbulent life could bring them wounds, injuries, scratches). However, the greatest danger to cats is from aggressive people who do not like cats, and that is why cats are the safest in the home.

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