Kitten sentence example

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  • "Very well, I won't touch it," decided the kitten; "but you must keep it away from me, for the smell is very tempting."
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  • The kitten did not reply.
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  • The kitten will not come.
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  • "Do you mean my kitten must be put in a grave?" asked Dorothy.
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  • "I'm not cruel," replied the kitten, yawning.
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  • Cupped in his hand was a tiny black kitten, its eyes still closed.
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  • "And that's just what I shall do if you don't let those little balls of pork alone," said Jim, glaring at the kitten with his round, big eyes.
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  • This way, you bring the blanket home for your cat to get used to the smell of the new kitten coming home.
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  • A three week old kitten should still be with its mother.
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  • She gasped, reaching out to touch the kitten.
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  • Where on earth did you find such a beautiful kitten?
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  • Thursday 06 September 2001 good golly, it's Molly POP star wife Kerry Katona has finally had her very own atomic kitten.
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  • Women drifting down the slope of middle age dig in their kitten heels.
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  • If you can't afford to neuter a kitten then don't have one.
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  • Question: how long does it take to tame a feral kitten?
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  • A gray tabby kitten with an injured foot from a road traffic accident was the first patient in the cat ward.
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  • She seems to think everything will be better if she can only keep her new pet Siamese kitten.
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  • I tried to make them look good, pairing each fluffy kitten with an appropriate puppy.
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  • With everything a kitten could possibly need, kitty grows up to be quite a spoiled kitty cat.
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  • I'll send another picture when the as yet nameless kitten is a bit bigger.
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  • My mother got him as a kitten of a hawker (gypsy or tinker) who was selling tea towels and other household goods.
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  • A kitten can be fully weaned at about 8 weeks old.
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  • Oh no; it's just Eureka, my kitten.
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  • Isn't it funny? asked the kitten.
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  • "So did I," purred the kitten.
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  • "Fish!" cried the kitten.
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  • "But won't they be veg'table, like everything else here?" asked the kitten.
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  • "I was very hungry," replied the kitten.
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  • "Why, they are driving us toward the Black Pit, into which they threatened to cast us," replied the kitten.
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  • "I'll bet it's because they ate that peach!" cried the kitten.
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  • "I won't die cheerfully!" protested the kitten.
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  • She had scarcely spoken the words then she suddenly disappeared from the cave, and with her went the kitten.
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  • "That's none of my business," growled the kitten.
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  • Ozma was now greatly incensed by the kitten's conduct.
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  • So the Captain-General took Eureka from the arms of the now weeping Dorothy and in spite of the kitten's snarls and scratches carried it away to prison.
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  • So I intend to prove the kitten's innocence by a trick.
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  • Look at the kitten's intelligent eyes;" (here Eureka closed her eyes sleepily) "gaze at her smiling countenance!"
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  • "Then say something sensible," retorted the kitten.
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  • Surprisingly for such a big ride it 's very refined too and purrs like a kitten when cruising along.
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  • If your kitten has bad breath, salivates excessively or has difficulty eating, they may have a dental problem.
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  • There may he a Siamese or white Persian kitten in the party or tame red squirrels scampering about.
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  • You sniff the air You say, " I wonder where Kitten scampered off ta... " Artus says, " Miss Kitten?
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  • She reckons that Britney has " let herself go " too much to bounce back to her previous sex kitten image.
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  • The Sphynx cats that we have today descend from a couple of domestic shorthair farm cats that produced a hairless kitten.
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  • Running around like a scared sissy boy, being chased by a seven week old kitten.
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  • I do not think the innocent kitten can be guilty, and surely it is unkind to accuse a luncheon of being a murder.
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  • All Rebecca wanted to do was cuddle her new kitten.
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  • When considering a litter, you want to make sure you have a good idea of a kitten's health and personality.
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  • Choose a kitten that is playful, curious and spry.
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  • Make sure you receive the pedigree papers for the kitten, as well as a list of the shots it has received and those it will need in the coming months.
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  • Then, go home and watch your kitten grow into a pretty, loving cat.
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  • Always ensure that the kitten you buy has been given all relevant and necessary inoculations.
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  • We'll be here for you with a selection of thoughtful, informative articles, from the moment you pick out your first kitten, during your pet's prime and right on through those twilight years.
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  • It is an instinct in cats to bury their waste, so all you have to do is show your kitten the litterbox, and he'll catch on very quickly.
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  • That said, you may have to occasionally discourage your kitten from finding alternatives to the litterbox.
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  • Keep it filled with water, and give your kitten a squirt if he starts scratching the sofa.
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  • Provide your kitten a with a good cat scratching post.
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  • What may be adorable in a four ounce kitten is less adorable in a fifteen pound cat, so don't encourage rough play with people, or you'll have a confused cat when he grows up and suddenly no one wants to play-fight with him any more.
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  • If the peaceful little kitten in your lap suddenly decides to grab your hand and begin gnawing on it, gently set him on the floor and quit giving him any attention.
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  • After brushing your kitten, gently handle with his paws.
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  • You will need to extend the claws when you trim nails, so train your kitten to accept this procedure when he's young.
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  • Always be consistent with your expectations, and your kitten will grow up to be a well-behaved and civilized housepet.
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  • The first question is: do you want a grown cat or a kitten?
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  • Most people think they want a kitten, so that it will bond with them.
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  • Kittens don't seem to develop identifying personality characteristics until ten to twelve weeks, so if you want a calm cat, or a lively cat, you're simply guessing when you pick a kitten.
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  • If you already have one or more cats, it's true that a kitten may integrate into the household more readily than an older cat.
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  • Grown cats aren't as threatened by kittens as they are by other adults, and may develop parental affection for a kitten and take it under their protection.
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  • So, you have picked out a kitten and brought him home.
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  • When naming a kitten, first be aware that your kitten is going to grow up.
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  • Names that refer to the kitten's smallness are liable to sound silly in a year.
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  • If your cat is to be a family cat, bring the whole family into the kitten naming decision process.
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  • Say you want to call the new kitten Tristan and your husband is insisting on TuffCat?
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  • Whatever you wind up naming your kitten, he/she will acquire numerous nicknames.
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  • Pick a pet name you can live with under these circumstances, and you and the kitten will live happily ever after.
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  • Few things in life are more fun and exciting than bringing home a new kitten.
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  • Kittens that are at least eight weeks old are not as labor intensive as puppies, but there are a few things that new cat owners should know about kitten care.
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  • You will want to gather your kitten care supplies before picking up your new kitten, so you don't have to leave kitty at home alone while you run to the store.
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  • Close off as many rooms as you can, and close all cabinets, closets, and drawers to minimize the area where your kitten can get lost or hide.
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  • Have plenty of food, and water if you plan to give your kitten bottled water, ready and waiting when you bring your new kitten home.
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  • If other pets in the house make this impossible, be sure your kitten has the opportunity to eat all he wants at least four times a day for the first few weeks.
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  • Your new kitten will be tiny, curious, and possible frightened.
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  • You will want to train your kitten to use the litter box on his first day at home.
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  • If you plan to keep your kitten in a crate for more than a few minutes at a time, you will need a litter box that will fit in the crate.
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  • As your kitten grows you can move up to a larger litter box.
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  • Do not use clumping litter when your kitten is young.
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  • A pine, wheat, or wheatgrass based litter is safe, will track less, provides better odor control, and will not harm your kitten if a little bit is ingested.
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  • Kittens are very easily litter trained, but you will want to have something on hand to clean up after your kitten just in case he has an accident, and for cleaning the litter box.
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  • In the early days, having a kitten means vigilance.
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  • Keep in mind that even though it may not cost money to take the kitten home, there will be costs associated with adopting a new pet.
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  • The kitten will need shots like rabies and distemper.
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  • The kitten will also need to be spayed or neutered.
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  • Weigh all these factors before bringing a new kitten home and make sure your budget allows you to give a kitten adequate care.
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  • If you've tried all of these sources and are still unable to locate a kitten for free, create a flyer and put your own ad on these bulletin boards.
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  • Include contact information and that you're seeking a free kitten.
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  • If you want a particular type of kitten or color, indicate that as well.
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  • Most owners want to know that their kitten will be cared for when it goes to its new home, so include information on why you want a kitten and that you understand the costs associated with bringing home a new pet, even one you get for free.
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  • If you do not already have cats, free kittens can be a great choice if you truly want a pet and you are willing to do the work if it turns out that your new kitten does have an illness or parasites.
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  • There are so many people out there who are desperate to provide a good home, but can't afford to buy a kitten.
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  • The typical free kitten is picked up on impulse by someone who just can't resist.
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  • Sometimes the situation works out well and the kitten winds up with a good home.
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  • In other cases, a well-meaning person takes the kitten home, and later realizes that he cannot keep it because of other pets, unwilling family members, rental agreements, lifestyle conflicts or simply because the kitten is too much work.
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  • Some misguided but well-intentioned people may even take the kitten home and turn it loose believing they have saved it from a worse fate.
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  • Charging a nominal fee such as $25.00 or $50.00 may help weed out the majority of the worst "free kitten" shoppers, and could improve the quality of the honest takers.
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  • When people make a small initial investment in their kitten, they are more likely to be serious about taking care of their pet.
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  • The origin of your kitten is really not important.
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  • You'll find them in LTK's Funny Kitten Photos and Very Funny Cats slideshows.
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  • Feeding a kitten adult food can impact your cat's growth and overall health, for example.
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  • Kitten pictures show off just how cute, fuzzy and, oftentimes, funny the little furballs can be.
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  • What better way to capture those adorable faces than with a host of kitten pictures?
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  • Some of the best kitten pics are candid shots caught on the fly, but studio shots can be just as interesting and entertaining.
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  • From tabbies to tuxedos, snowshoes to Siberians, kitten pictures can brighten up anyone's day.
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  • Many shelters, pet stores and breeders will have already started a kitten on his or her first set of shots, but it is the responsibility of the owner to follow up.
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  • From the time your cat is a kitten until her final days, your pet needs love, car, and appropriate medical attention.
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  • When we got him six months ago, he was an unhealthy farm kitten weighing only two pounds.
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  • She still has a lot of "kitten" in her, and ahe loves to rough house and play with toys.
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  • Whether you're bringing home a new baby, a puppy or another kitten, all introductions should be made slowly and gently to give your senior pet time to adjust.
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  • Pet Lifestyle Advisor Wendy Nan Rees offers tips about what you should do when bringing a new kitten home.
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  • It is always very exciting to get a new kitten.
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  • Every new kitten should be examined by a vet within the first 48 hours of bringing her home.
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  • The vet will perform a basic health check to make sure the kitten has no obvious illnesses, parasites or defects.
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  • Your kitten will also receive any vaccinations that are due at that time, and you'll make an appointment for the next set while you're there.
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  • It may be easier to acclimate your kitten to her new environment by providing her with a quiet space for the first few days.
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  • Remove any plants from your home that might be toxic to your kitten.
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  • Once you have the vet appointment scheduled and your home prepared, it's time to collect your new kitten.
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  • Although it may be tempting to hold your kitten during the drive, it is far safer to purchase a small pet carrier and line it with a blanket to keep her more comfortable and secure.
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  • If possible, have someone else come with you to either help drive or keep an eye on the kitten while you drive.If you're not going straight to your vet appointment, it's usually best to go directly home so you don't overwhelm your kitten.
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  • Purchase a brush for grooming your kitten.
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  • Bringing a new kitten home can be quite fun, but remember that it will take time for your pet to get used to her new family.
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  • I chose this topic because when it comes to naming your new kitten or cat, sometimes people who are not pet lovers don't understand the depths to which we go to name our new loved ones.
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  • Suggestions for Cat Names The following are a few suggestions for naming your new kitten or cat -- I hope you have as much fun as I have had in the past 25 years naming dogs, cats, and horses.
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  • If the rest of your family is insistent on keeping the kitten as well, use the process for introducing a new cat into the household, which is outlined in the article on Bringing a New Cat Home.
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  • You should call your vet immediately as he can help stimulate milk production or give you a kitten formula to feed the babies.
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  • From your description, I'm not sure when the live kitten was born, but the other four might have been dead in utero.
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  • If you feel up to the challenge, you might also think about adopting a spayed/neutered kitten from a shelter to provide Smokey with a new companion to further distract him from his old routine.
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  • Funny kitten pics always seem to bring a smile to everyone's face.
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  • Whatever it is, most of us just find these kitten photos irresistible.
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  • We hope you enjoy our current gallery of funny kitten pics.
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  • Maybe you'll recognize some of your own cat or kitten's antics in these images?
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  • It's stories like this sick kitten saga that remind us how lucky we are to have access to competent feline health care.
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  • We just bought a Persian kitten that is about five weeks old.
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  • The kitten, "Spider," became even sicker and vomited one time.
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  • We took the kitten back to the place where we purchased him from and the man told us that we should not give the kitten any sea food, and that the doctor should not have given it any shots because he is still too young.
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  • Let's start with the place where you purchased your kitten.
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  • In the first place, if a kitten is too young to receive its first vaccination, it's too young to be sold.
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  • A kitten receives immunities from its mother's milk until it's time to wean.
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  • Do you know exactly which shots your kitten received for three days?
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  • These additional symptoms might indicate a respiratory infection, something your vet should have been able to diagnose when he examined your kitten.
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  • The only problem I can foresee with this food is if your kitten turns out to be allergic to it, therefore I recommend that you take the kitten back to your vet's and let him know that the kitten is continuing to go downhill.
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  • He should be able to tell you exactly what he gave your kitten.
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  • I'm also not impressed that he sold you an adult diet for a kitten, but that by itself wouldn't have caused this condition.
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  • Our visitors have plenty of kitten questions.
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  • The first one learned how to use the litter box with no problem, but the second kitten not so much.
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  • My daughter had a kitten appear at her door that has a severely crusted nose and eyes.
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  • If you're able, look closely at the kitten's eyes.
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  • If you can see that the inner part of the eyelids look swollen, then it's still likely the kitten has distemper.
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  • I hope you'll consider keeping the kitten and take it to the vet.
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  • This does not seem to bother it.Another kitten at first only had a thickening at the base of the tail.
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  • The third kitten appears to have been born with patches of missing hair on his back legs, and today I noticed the hair has disappeared from the end of his tail.
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  • Four weeks old is a bit too soon to determine a kitten's permanent eye color.
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  • Sometimes a maturing kitten will even develop a different eye color altogether, depending on its genetic background.
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  • That said, I hope you'll consider adopting that kitten no matter what color its eye turn out to be.
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  • My new kitten is only six weeks old, but he continuously scratches hard when he plays.
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  • Until your kitten is old enough, you're going to want to keep play time a bit more low key for hands on fun.
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  • Once you have picked out your new cat or kitten, it is wise to bring a small blanket to play with your new cat at the breeders or the rescue center.
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  • The breeding plan you're currently considering will not produce purebred cats, and your kittens will likely be less desirable to the buying public than a purebred kitten of either breed.
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  • This visitor's question illustrates the problems encountered when a kitten is too young to be away from mom.
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  • If that isn't possible, then you will need to pick up some kitten formula and a nurser at your local pet supply store, and begin bottle feeding him.
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  • You can then begin slowly introducing him to a little canned kitten food, and work into dry kitten food when he's a little older.
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  • You are going to have your hands full for the next couple of weeks, but this wouldn't be the first orphaned kitten that someone has nursed to safety.
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  • Chloe was dumped on our doorstep when she was a kitten.
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  • We have recently rescued a kitten, and we think it might be possible that she has worms.
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  • If it is, we would like to get her treated as soon as possible before it gets too bad, so we appreciate any help for this little kitten!
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  • I recommend that you go ahead and take in a sample from each kitten, and let your vet know exactly what product you gave them.
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  • Their kittens come with a health guarantee against genetic defects, and a general 72-hour health guarantee in the event your kitten becomes ill in the first few days after you bring it home.
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  • The average price for a pet quality Siamese kitten runs between $600.00 and $800.00.
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  • Each kitten receives at least its first shots, and is dewormed and micro-chipped.
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  • Shipping is available at an extra charge, according to each kitten's destination.
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  • My most recent arrival is a kitten of four or five months of age.
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  • The kitten has been pooping in different spots in the house.
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  • Very young kittens sleep a lot, and although it may be a little disturbing to find your kitten sleeping in his litter box it's not completely unheard of.
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  • Since that stool was hard, you may want to pick up some canned kitten food to provide more moisture in his diet.
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  • Cats tend to be more private than dogs, so I recommend giving your kitten some space to do his duty away from watchful eyes.
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  • I recommend you read our article on House Training Cats for guidelines on training your kitten.
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  • I hope this info gives you what you need to get on the right track to a long and happy relationship with your new kitten.
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  • The male kitten is pooping and peeing all over the house.
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  • Typically when one kitten goes astray, the other will follow because it's drawn to the scent.
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  • Nearly all shelters take care of this before they release the kittens for adoption, but if yours didn't then your kitten may feel the urge to mark his territory.
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  • You can treat him as though he is a brand new kitten being reintroduced to the litter box.
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  • I have a ten-month-old male kitten that I think is a Siamese, and I would just like to know a few things.
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  • Your kitten is actually nursing his stuffed toy just as he would have nursed his mom.
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  • There are some risks involved when a sick kitten and immune-compromised child live together under the same roof.
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  • It sounds as though your kitten has a severe respiratory infection.
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  • The kitten needs to see a vet immediately because the infection could be progressing into pneumonia.
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  • Yes, your kitten's illness could present a problem for your son's compromised immune system.
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  • I strongly urge you to contact his doctor and tell him/her about the situation with the kitten.
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  • This way you can get a professional opinion about your son's risks and whether it's safe to keep the kitten in your home.
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  • When the kitten is nursing, it extends its legs and kneads the area around the mother cat's nipple.
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  • We bought a kitten that we had to put down within five days because it had distemper.
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  • We have been given the opportunity to have another kitten that will have had its second shot on the day we bring him home.
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  • I am a little anxious about bringing home the new kitten.
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  • Do you think this new kitten will be okay?
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  • Lisa, I am so sorry to hear about your kitten.
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  • My parents had a little Siamese kitten years ago that died in the same way.
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  • A human cannot catch distemper, but if you come into contact with the virus and then pet the kitten, he can catch it from you.
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  • You should throw away all bedding, litter boxes, dishes or any other items used by the sick kitten.
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  • Even after throwing everything out, there are going to be areas the kitten roamed that you haven't thought about; that is why many recommend waiting so long.
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  • This is a treat that I named for my friend Ruthie's kitten.
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  • For those of you who may have never heard of "Chessie" or are too young to have ever seen her ads, this kitten was the mascot for the Chesapeake and Ohio railroad for many years.
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  • The slogan for the original campaign was "Sleep Like a Kitten and Wake Up Fresh as a Daisy in Air-Conditioned Comfort".
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  • "Sleep Like a Kitten" caught on, and the cat used in the ad forever became known as "Chessie".
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  • He was potty trained by us as a kitten and has started to just go the toilet wherever and whenever!
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  • My kitten has a circular bald spot on the back of his ear.
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  • Although kittens are cute and sweet, an older cat is often past that hyper kitten stage and unlikely to climb your curtains or tear up your furniture.
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  • There's also a catch; each kitten will be spayed or neutered before it goes home with its new owner, so the company will be able to manipulate its supply to ensure demand, thus keeping these kitties a profitable venture.
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  • We just got a new kitten and she's adorable.
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  • A funny little kitten would make a lovely Charlie Chaplin, a name that would get shortened as it got older to "Charlie" or "Chap".
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  • Another cat responds to Velcro, having been given the name as a kitten when he used to adhere to things in the same manner as Velcro™ tape.
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  • Will getting a new kitten help him through this as well as our family?
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  • Afterward, you can introduce a new kitten into the household.
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  • While you will love a new kitten, and it will keep you busy, it really does not ease the grief over losing a pet.
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  • Take a few moments to browse this lovely gallery of kitten and cat photos.
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  • Simple play fights or other kitten games start to teach a kitten how to communicate through body language.
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  • We got our second kitten from the shelter when he was about three months old.
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  • The third issue is the way he torments our first cat, which is shy and was under socialized as a kitten.
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  • Plus, he had been vaccinated and was not a kitten or elderly cat.
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  • Picking cute kitten names is part of the fun of cat ownership.
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  • Kitten to adulthood: It is important to pick a name that will sound as good to you when your kitten has grown into a full-sized, sleek, adult cat as it does when he is a little bundle of fluff.
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  • Some cute kitten names are excellent for a tiny kitten, but might sound strange on an older cat.
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  • Easy for kitten to recognize: In order for kittens and cats to recognize their names, it is important that the name has strong sounds.
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  • Okay to say in public: Another important thing to remember is that your little kitten may, at some stage, go outside.
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  • Everyone has their own idea of what is cute, and each member of the family is likely to have his or her own idea of what will be a cute name for the new kitten.
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  • A good way to pick a cute name for your kitten is to get all the members of the household to write down their favorites on a piece of paper.
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  • Kitten color: Does the color of the kitten present any opportunity for names?
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  • "Socks" is a great name for a little kitten with white feet, and of course "Spot", "Tiger" and "Splodge" are all names that reflect a cat's markings.
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  • Personality: Does your kitten have any behavior or personality traits that would make a good kitten name?
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  • Celebrity names: Some celebrity names can be adapted or varied, creating your own special kitten names.
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  • Picking the right name for your kitten is one of the first memories of what will hopefully be a long and happy life together.
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  • Whichever name you choose, your kitten will soon get to know you and his name, and become an important part of a loving family.Also be sure to visit LTK's cute kitten slideshow.
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  • There are many male kitten names to choose from, and picking the right one for your new little feline friend is part of the fun of your first few days together.
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  • Finding a suitable name for your male kitten isn't always as easy as it sounds.
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  • Other people have exactly the opposite problem and just don't know where to start when picking a name for a little kitten.
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  • Boy Kittens to Male Cats: The name that you pick now for your little boisterous bundle of fun will need to still be appropriate when the kitten has grown into a magnificent, sophisticated cat.
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  • Many male kitten names are easy for a cat to recognize, and the stronger the sounds the easier it is for your cat to learn.
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  • Picking the right name for your male kitten will probably entail drawing up a short list of suitable names and picking from there.
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  • Why shouldn't your precious kitten be given the name of a sports superstar?
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  • One useful tip when considering naming your kitten after a singer is that your cat may well be around for many more years than a popular singer remains in the charts; as such, a name may date your cat and you!
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  • You may also find the perfect name for a male kitten in the following articles.
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  • Planning and choosing male kitten names is an important first step in your life together.
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  • If you have a kitten, or you have never tried to get to your cat's teeth, begin by using you finger dipped in something they love!.
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  • Although it may seem a bit prejudicial, it is a far better proposition to give a free kitten to a home owner, rather than someone who tells you they are renting.
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  • While there's no guarantee a home owner won't eventually give up the kitten, the odds are slightly in the kitten's favor that it has found a home for life.
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  • Additionally, it's helpful to invite the potential adopter to bring the family along so you can see how they react with each other, as well as how they handle the kitten.
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  • Avoid giving a kitten to someone acting as a go-between for someone else, and ask to meet the potential adopter face to face.
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  • Also ask what will happen to the kitten if the pets don't get along.
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  • As a potential adoptive pet parent, there are many things you should carefully consider before making a decision to bring a new kitten into your home.
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  • Ideally, many of us would prefer to bring home a healthy kitten, but there's always a chance your heart will be stolen by a woeful little feline that's suffering from some sort of illness or injury.
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  • If you choose to come to the kitten's rescue, you must consider whether you will be able to pay for veterinary care and accommodate the kitten's needs through recovery and beyond.
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  • Keep in mind that choosing a healthy kitten doesn't mean it will always remain that way.
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  • Should you find yourself entertaining the idea of trying to tame a feral kitten, the decision is yours.
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  • It's your duty to act responsibly and make sure each kitten has a full chance at a long and happy life.
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  • All our formulas and single flowers are cat and kitten friendly.
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  • When fed to your pet as directed, Serengeti will support cats at all levels of nutritional needs, from kitten to mature cat.
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  • What do you do if you are thinking about getting a cat or kitten?
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  • What do you do if you own a cat or new kitten, and you are not happy with your vet?
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  • Be sure to do your homework when shopping for a litter for your cat or new kitten.
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  • Started in 2004, Lifestyle Pets delivered the first kitten to a client two years later.
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  • About midway through pregnancy, begin substituting a small portion of your cat's regular diet with kitten food.
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  • Continue substituting larger amounts until your cat is completely on kitten food near the end of the pregnancy.
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  • There is the rare occasion when a kitten may become stuck and need a gentle tug from you in order to free it when mom has the next contraction.
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  • The kitten, still in that sack, will begin to emerge.
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  • The kitten, and then the placenta will be expelled.
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  • It may take another set of contractions for the placenta to come out, and the kitten will remain attached via the umbilical cords.
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  • Mom will break the sack and chew the cord to separate the kitten.
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  • She'll then lick the kitten vigorously to clean it and stimulate breathing.
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  • The process will repeat until the last kitten is born.
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  • Sure, everyone wants a cute, funny kitten, but adult cats often languish in shelters.
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  • Remember that a kitten only remains a kitten for a short time.
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  • If a cat has a history of being a lap cat, it's likely he will remain that way, whereas it's more difficult to tell what a kitten's final personality will be.
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  • If you're considering a flame point Himalayan kitten for your next pet, you may have a hard time finding this fairly rare coloring, but the hunt can be worth the effort.
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  • The flame point Himalayan kitten has cream colored fur with red points and is much rarer than some of the other colorations.
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  • Although any kitten can get a bit rowdy, this is a breed that is rather calm.
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  • Typically, a kitten's color points will begin to show within a couple of weeks after birth.
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  • The points typically intensify rather than fade as the kitten grows toward adulthood.
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  • For example, a kitten that has darker, chocolate points will not have those points lighten to red, but a kitten with pale orange points should deepen to a richer red with maturity.
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  • After making sure you've purchased your kitten from a reputable breeder, you'll want to begin getting him or her accustomed to grooming early on.
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  • Here are some things you'll want to help your new kitten become used to so you won't have problems when he or she is an adult.
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  • Whatever the reason, you're certain to adore your new kitten.
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  • A kitten with this disease will exhibit symptoms as early as three months of age.
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  • Even if your little kitten grows into a really big Maine Coon cat, it will still be a welcome guest on any lap.
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  • If you have a kitten, you may want to talk to your vet about whether or not you should treat your pet routinely for worms.
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  • Whatever the case, it is important to understand the proper steps for the care of newborn kittens if you find an orphan newborn kitten who needs help.
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  • The proper way to care for a newborn kitten depends upon the situation.
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  • If you find a stray newborn kitten, first examine it to see if it has any trauma or injuries.
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  • If the kitten shows no signs of physical harm, wrap the kitten in a towel.
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  • You have to make sure that the birth sac is removed, especially from the kitten's face.
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  • The kitten's airways also must be as cleared as soon possible.
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  • The ideal temperature for a kitten is between 95 to 96 degrees Fahrenheit.
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  • You will need to purchase either goat's milk in a specialty store or a kitten milk replacement found at most pet supply stores.
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  • The head of the kitten must be held all the way back to prevent them from choking.
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  • Move the kitten's bladder and bowels by wiping the areas using a wet rag while applying mild pressure.
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  • Each kitten will need about three hours per day of this type of nurturing.
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  • In the natural world, the mother cat uses her tongue to massage and clean her kittens; you can mimic this by using a rag to gently stroke the body of the kitten.
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  • Newborn kitten development is comparatively fast.
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  • Just a few weeks after birth, the kitten will be walking, eating solids and romping with its siblings.
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  • When a kitten is born she will weigh just a few ounces.
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  • The exact weight will depend on the kitten and the breed.
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  • By the end of week one, the kitten will probably have doubled her birth weight, going from about 3.5 ounces to about 7 ounces.
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  • During the second week of life, the kitten will grow at a rate of about 10 grams a day.
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  • The kitten's eyes will begin to open around the middle of the week, and the kitten will look around intently at her new world by the end of the second week.
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  • The eyes will be blue and will not turn to their natural color for several weeks yet.The kitten's senses are developing rapidly at this point.
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  • By the end of week three, your kitten is becoming more of a cat and less of an infant.
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  • The kitten may begin to purr and be more playful.
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  • Clumping clay can be ingested and make a kitten sick, so don't use it at this point.
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  • By six weeks, the kitten should be well socialized and comfortable with humans.
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  • A six-week-old kitten needs to be with her mother for another two weeks, but after that will be ready to leave her mother.
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  • Newborn kitten development is fun to watch.
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  • Seeing a kitten grow and learn to be a cat is educational and entertaining.
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  • If you are waiting to bring a new kitten home, your patience will be rewarded when you come home with a well adjusted, healthy, confident new pet.
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  • A kitten matures much quicker than a human baby.
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  • Here is a chart that gives the approximate comparison between kitten age and baby age.
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  • While a non pedigree kitten cannot be shown for most CFA competitions, it could still be shown in CFA's household pet class.
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  • While most breeders take care to make sure the kittens they produce in their cattery are healthy, you should be aware of any health issues prevalent in each breed and have the kitten checked for these issues by a veterinarian.
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  • There are many reasons to purchase a non pedigree kitten.
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  • Breed traits for less money - If you love the traits of a particular breed but the cost of purchasing a registered kitten is out of your budget, a non pedigree kitten can be the perfect solution.
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  • Purchasing a kitten from an experimental breeder can help support the emerging breed and future litters.
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  • If you are considering purchasing a non pedigree kitten, you might want to consider some of the breeds that are currently being considered for inclusion in the CFA's breeds list.
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  • One of the best ways to locate a non pedigree kitten is to ask other cat lovers in your area what is available and which breeders they know.
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  • The owner of the cats recognized the uniqueness of the kitten and bred him back to his mother.
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  • Which vaccines will the kitten recieve before I take him home?
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  • A kitten that is not socialized well by eight weeks or so may never be good with people.
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  • Do not put down a deposit on a kitten unless you are ready to buy it.
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  • If the kitten is unable to nurse, is rejected by its mother or if a caregiver is unable to find a way to feed the kitten, the two-faced cat may not survive.
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  • The kitten was born with two noses and mouths and four eyes.
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  • Unable to suckle, the kitten was fed with a syringe.There are several reports of other dual-faced kittens being born as far back as 1900.
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  • For many people, their first experience of dealing with a cat in heat comes when their female kitten reaches about four months in age and suddenly becomes eerily affectionate.
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  • The traditional practice has been to wait until a kitten is at least six months old before having her spayed.
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  • It was believed this gave the kitten more time to develop physically and mentally.
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  • WebMD.com supports the updated view that cats should be spayed as soon as possible, as young as eight weeks if the kitten weighs at least two pounds.
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  • The queen will deliver a kitten about every half hour, and the entire process usually takes about six hours.
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  • If your cat has had contractions for more than an hour without delivering a kitten or seems to be struggling more than normal, take her to a vet immediately.
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  • Watch for the placentas, and make sure each one comes out after the birth of the last kitten.
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  • Although most times these cat videos are less gripping than a cat leaping before an eighteen-wheeler, the truth is that many individuals are captivated by the sight of a kitten merely chasing a butterfly.
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  • A diagnosis is confirmed through antibody tests, and breeders can be asked by clients to provide test results before a kitten is placed in a new home.
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  • When dealing with a kitten, a small litter box will accommodate your cat's needs.
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  • Once in a while, a kitten will need to be box trained.
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  • When you bring a kitten home for the first time, new kitten care can seem a bit overwhelming.
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  • This quick guide will help you understand the basics of how to care for a new kitten as well as how to bond with your new feline family member.
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  • Bringing a new kitten home is similar to bringing a baby into your home.
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  • Not only will you need supplies for the kitten, you'll also need to make sure that your home is kitten-proofed to avoid any injury to your new pet.
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  • There are some basic necessities you'll need to care for your new kitten.
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  • Cat bed - You'll want a warm, comfortable place for the kitten to rest.
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  • Ideally, you can locate the kitten's bedding in a quiet area of the home.
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  • You'll also want to have an area where you can isolate the kitten near her new litter box for about a week.
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  • This will train the kitten to use a litter.
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  • If the breeder or shelter where you got the kitten had already begun litter training, try to find out which brand of litter they used.
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  • These should be small enough for the kitten to easily eat and drink out of without too much of a strain.
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  • You may want to choose less expensive bowls since you'll probably replace these as the kitten grows.
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  • Kitten Food - It is best to keep the kitten on the same food she has been eating, or you may have to deal with a messy case of diarrhea.
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  • Ask the shelter or breeder which type of food the kitten has been eating.
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  • If you want to switch your kitten to a new food, do so in 25 percent increments.
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  • First, feed the kitten 25 percent of the new food to 75 percent of the old.
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  • After a week or so, switch to a 50/50 mix and so on until the kitten is eating 100 percent of the new food.
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  • A brush - Although cats take care of most of their own grooming, it can be useful to accustom your kitten to being brushed.
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  • A collar and identification tag - Measure around your kitten's neck and select a collar that will not slip off over her head.
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  • You should just be able to insert your finger between the collar and the kitten's neck when it's buckled.
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  • Keep in mind that you'll eventually need to replace this first collar with a larger one as your kitten grows.
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  • This might seem like common sense, but even something as innocent as ant poison can create issues with a curious kitten.
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  • If you're lucky, the kitten will already have his first round of shots and will have been dewormed.
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  • To make the transition easier, consider having an isolated area where the kitten can be contained for the first week or two.
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  • This will allow the kitten to get used to the sounds and smells of a new home in a non-threatening area and will also help train your new pet about where his litter is located.
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  • If there are other pets in the home, you'll want to introduce the kitten to them very slowly after that initial isolation period.
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  • With a little preparation, a lot of love and a general understanding of new kitten care, bringing a new kitten into your home can be one of the best experiences of your life.
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  • This indicates that it is an intrinsic behavior, and it may be used to communicate safety between a kitten and its mother.
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  • If you've just adopted a new kitten or cat, one of the first things you should do before bringing her home is to have a feline leukemia test run.
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  • Adding a new cat, whether she is a kitten or a grown cat, to a household that already has pets can be quite stressful for everyone involved.
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  • Kittens also enjoy exploring the world through taste, and so it is not uncommon for a kitten to attempt to ingest its litter when it is first exposed to the cat box.
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  • Kittens need to start out on a good quality kitten food, and you should feed your kitten the kitten food until she is one year old.
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  • Feed your kitten three times a day until she is over six months old.
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  • These coupons can result in considerable savings both while you are litter box training a kitten or when you are introducing an older cat to this litter.
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  • Have you ever wondered how to introduce a new kitten into a home with an older cat?
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  • There are many questions you should consider before choosing to bring a new kitten into your home.
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  • If you decide that adding another cat to your family is right for you, be sure take the right steps to ensure the kitten's safety and the mental well-being of your current feline.
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  • Ask the breeder or kitten owner for a blanket the kitten has been sleeping on, and you can give the breeder a blanket your cat has been sleeping on.
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  • A small room, such as a laundry room, is an excellent place for the new kitten.
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  • This can also teach your new kitten where her litter box is located.
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  • After a few days, try to let the kitten out and see how the older cat reacts.
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  • If the older cat tries to attack the kitten, you want to be able to scoop her to safety quickly.
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  • Until the kitten is bigger, it is best to keep her isolated whenever you aren't going to be around to supervise.
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  • This will keep your older cat from hurting the kitten and will also keep the kitten from getting into things that might harm her.
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  • Now you know how to introduce a new kitten into a home with an older cat.
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  • You can evaluate how well the introduction went by whether or not the older cat tolerated the kitten.
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  • If you have recently purchased a kitten, you have more options for the size of the box.
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  • You also have the option to start your kitten off in a larger box.
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  • This is more true when you are adopting an adult cat versus taking a new kitten home.
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  • Truly unique kitten names can be difficult to come by.
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  • So, how does the average cat owner go about finding the most unique kitten names?
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  • As accurate and acceptible as they may be when describing your kitten's coat, they are also painfully obvious to the observer.
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  • This can be an excellent way to think of unique kitten names.
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  • Keep this in mind when you choose your new kitten's title.
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  • The question of "Why is my kitten sneezing?" can be quite a loaded inquiry.
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  • From the very start, you will want to determine if your kitten's sneezing is indicative of a serious health condition.
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  • If the kitten sneezes roughly once every few days, seemingly at random, it is unlikely that your cat is harboring a significant condition.
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  • When a kitten is first brought home and begins to exhibit a predilection for sneezing, it is very likely that a cold or flu is responsible for such symptoms.
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  • Animal shelters bring in animals from all over, which means that your new kitten may have been exposed to a myriad of germs.
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  • So, it is possible that your new kitten was infected just prior to being brought home and is now beginning to exhibit flu symptoms.
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  • It is also possible that your vet may not be able to determine the exact cause of your kitten's nasal distress.
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  • Pet owners asking "Why is my kitten sneezing?" may encounter a veterinarian who is equally stumped.
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  • Vacuuming, dusting and eliminating chemicals from your environment will not only benefit a sensitive kitten, but also any other beings that reside in your home.
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  • Another common cause of chronic kitten sneezing has to do with the type of litter that is used in your cat's box.
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  • Should a cold or flu be the reason behind your kitten's distress, preventative measures can help eliminate future encounters with flu viruses.
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  • The recall of Iams ProActive Health Cat and Kitten Food due to vitamin B1 or thiamine deficiencies is a classic example.
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  • If you are looking for a medium to large-sized cat with a rich history, you can't go wrong with an American Shorthair kitten.
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  • In 1964, an American Shorthair was selected as the CFA Kitten of the Year.
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  • The color variations range from the familiar silver tabby and its variants to the solid colored American Shorthair kitten to the calico or tortoiseshell variety.
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  • As a pet, you couldn't ask for a better kitten than an American Shorthair.
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  • The American Shorthair is a social kitten that will fit in well in your household.
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  • It is an affectionate kitten for anyone who wants a pet that will curl up on the sofa and cuddle.
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  • Once in awhile, your kitten may vocalize with a silent meow, opening its mouth but not making an audible sound.
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  • Knowing the breed's basic temperament can help you choose the right American Shorthair kitten for you.
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  • Given its history, you should look for a kitten that is active and alert.
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  • The disposition of the breed is playful, so look for the kitten that is batting at the tail of other kittens or stalking them to romp and roll around.
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  • Its truly American legacy and playful, loving nature make the American Shorthair an excellent choice for anyone looking for a kitten that is a companion in its own right.
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  • This kitten will give you the right amount of affection while holding onto its independence.
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  • A kitten vaccination schedule is not necessarily set in stone.
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  • A typical kitten vaccination schedule calls for administering these core vaccinations between eight to ten weeks old, and then administering a second dose somewhere between 12 to 16 weeks of age.
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  • Some veterinarians believe such a schedule is overly-stressful to a young kitten's constitution.
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  • Your kitten's lifestyle is the real governing factor for a vaccination schedule.
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  • A Turkish Angora kitten is an affectionate, playful addition to the household.
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  • Once you have located a reputable breeder for Turkish Angora kittens and brought home your chosen cat, you will need to care for her like any other kitten.
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  • Finding the perfect Turk kitten for your household may take time, but it will be worth it in the long run.
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  • Proper care of a new kitten is important to its health and happiness.
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  • It also allows you, the pet owner, to enjoy your time with your kitten more.
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  • Caring for a kitten is not difficult, but cats do have basic needs that are important to their health and well being.
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  • One of the first things you will do when you get a new kitten is take it to a veterinarian for a complete check up.
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  • He will want to check for worms and other parasites, check for the possibility of hidden illnesses, and give your kitten the vaccinations that she needs to maintain a long and healthy life.
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  • Your vet will also advise you about how much to feed your kitten and other aspects of her care.
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  • You will want to discuss when she should be spayed (or neutered if your kitten is male).
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  • Feed your kitten the food that your veterinarian suggests and make sure it is formulated for her age.
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  • Your vet will also be able to advise you on the correct amount of food that your kitten needs.
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  • Keep the box away from where your kitten eats and sleeps.
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  • Take the kitten to the litter pan and place her in the clean litter a few times.
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  • You can provide this by gently holding your kitten when she wishes to be in your lap, petting her or playing with her every day.
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  • It will create a lasting bond that will enrich your life as well as the life of your kitten.
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  • Cats love being outdoors, but allowing your kitten to go outside can lead to serious harm and death.
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  • Dogs, wildlife, cars, feral cats with illnesses and other dangers can seriously harm your kitten.
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  • Cats have no need to be outside, and your kitten will be just as happy in the house if she is provided with items like a cat tree, toys and plenty of attention from you.
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  • There are special grasses that you can grow indoors for your kitten to chew on.
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  • Cat trees allow your kitten to climb as well as have something acceptable to scratch.
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  • They are an excellent investment in your kitten's happiness and help her exercise when you aren't around to play with her.
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  • Here is a list of items that you will need for the proper care of a new kitten.
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  • Caring for a kitten is not difficult, and your kitten will bring you joy that can last a lifetime.
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  • Darling "Fluffy" was once a highly meditative and affection cat, but since the introduction of the new kitten, Fluffy has become a hysterical hostile beast of rage.
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  • Have the new cat or kitten stay in one room with the door shut.
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  • Kitten's First Full Moon by Kevin Henkes is a Caldecott Award winner about a curious kitty who thinks the moon is a saucer of milk.
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  • The innocent perspective and the kitten's determination to catch the elusive moon make the story an instant hit with parents and children alike.
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  • If you want to be a true sex kitten, use smoky grays, charcoals, and blacks.
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  • Dark makeup says hypnotic, sex kitten, mysterious, bombshell, and so much more.
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  • Stila's Silk Eye Shadow Wash is available in a single color, Kitten, which is one of the best-selling shades in the Stila line (the Kitten shade is available in gloss and powder shadow forms).
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  • It is slightly darker and less shimmery than the original Kitten eye shadow powder.
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  • Kitten from Stila has an ability to work as a highlight on many skin tones.
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  • The shimmering Kitten shade will do just that when placed slightly above the lip, in the middle.
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  • Kitten is a relatively neutral color, so it won't change the shadow shades much.
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  • Several of the available pets are baby animals, including a puppy, kitten, chick and lion cub.
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  • In addition to the main site, you can also play with your puppy or kitten on MySpace or Facebook.
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  • Even when things don't work out the way you envisioned, such as a puppy that tears up the newspaper or a kitten that claws the couch, remember to take photos.
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  • Neko Desktop Pet 4.0h is a kitten who runs around on your desktop, chasing after the mouse.
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  • To enhance a tea-length gown, pair them with feminine kitten heels and a wrap for a girly silhouette.
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  • This is not the time to switch from kitten heels to stilettos.
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  • You may even decide to let your kitten heel flip-flops be your "something blue."
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  • Iams has begun promoting public awareness of pet insurance by including promotional materials in each of its new puppy and kitten kits.
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  • Punk Style Gear offers a dangling crystal belly ring of the famous kitten at Amazon.com.
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  • There's just something about this innocent little kitten that touches our heart strings, and next generation items like belly and tongue rings help us hold onto her for just a little while longer.
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  • This line is available in dog, cat, puppy and kitten formulas.
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  • Wear with beads and leather sandals for ethnic hip look, add a strand of pearls for classic charm, or adorn your ears with gold hoops and slip into kitten heels for a sassy, sexy silhouette.
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  • Other good choices for a long, leggy look are dress thongs with stacked heels, kitten heels, high stacked heels, or stilettos.
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  • Elderly volunteers often take a dog for a short walk, play with a kitten or pet and brush an older cat.
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  • We haven't forgotten her bottle blonde curls, her sex kitten vibe, or the scandals of her lifetime.
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