ADOPTED KITTEN: BE PATIENT!
The philosophy of raising a kitten is fairly similar to that tithe upbringing of a child. You ought to provide proper training and care for kittens especially when they are young as it will improve the odds of them growing up into healthy and well-adjusted adults. It doesn’t matter if you have found your furry pet from the ‘kittens for adoption’ stores, or if it was a rescue pet, or you saw them in an MVC adoption and fell in love with it, you should always be patient with your cat if you want to see it happy.
Don’t treat your kitten as an adult. Just like when you had different requirements in your infant stage, teenage years, and during adulthood, a kitten will also have distinct care requirements when compared to a fully matured cat.
PATIENCE IS THE KEY WHEN IT COMES TO RAISING KITTENS
A kitten is often sensitive to its owner’s moods. If you are impatient, frustrated, and anxious, your kitten will sense it and it will be harder to get through to them. Your kitten will respond best when you are calm and upbeat.
Bringing this adorable furry bundle of joy into your home can be life-changing, sometimes even in the most unexpected ways. But you should keep in mind that teaching them good lifetime habits will not happen overnight. Practice, consistency, and a lot of patience will be the key to them becoming a well-behaved family member. If you are unable to nurture a kitten on your own, you should try taking the help of a trusted vet as they will give you the best advice.
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