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2 edition of Kitty"s guide to caring for your cat found in the catalog.

Kitty"s guide to caring for your cat

by Anita Ganeri

  • 78 Want to read
  • 21 Currently reading

Published by Capstone Heinemann Library in Chicago, Ill .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cats,
  • Juvenile literature

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementAnita Ganeri
    SeriesPets" guides
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSF447 .G246 2013
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25339658M
    ISBN 109781432971304, 9781432971373
    LC Control Number2012017277

    COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle . Do not give your kitten milk as it can cause diarrhoea. As with all animals, kittens need fresh drinking water available at all times. For further information, see Keeping your cat in shape. Toilet training your kitten. Cats are very hygienic pets and can easily be housetrained with the right encouragement.

    Older children can open canned cat food and replace your kitty's water with fresh water. Litter Box. This is a chore that most older children can take care of. Your cat's litter box needs scooped at least once per day; many cat owners like to scoop up messes as soon as they are deposited. Show your child how to clean the litter box and dispose. Start grooming your kitten early on so that it becomes an enjoyable bonding activity and part of routine care. Positively reward your cat with a tasty cat food treat, verbal praise and patting for allowing you to groom them. This way your cat will associate grooming with positive things, making it easier for both of you.

    From Kittens For Dummies. By Dusty Rainbolt. Who can resist a kitten — a fuzzy bundle of mad antics and big, winsome eyes? If you’re contemplating getting a kitten, you need to know what traits to look for, what supplies to have on hand, and what to watch out for — both in your home and in your kitten’s behavior — so that your feline friend stays happy and healthy. RSPCA Queensland Cat and Kitten Care Guide - 3 Settling in Don’t force your cat to interact before they are ready. Arriving in a new home can be an overwhelming experience for your cat. Provide your cat a quiet place to retreat to. Give them time to adjust and they will seek you out when they feel safe and secure in their new Size: 1MB.


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Kitty"s guide to caring for your cat by Anita Ganeri Download PDF EPUB FB2

In this book, Kitty the Cat reveals how readers should go about choosing a pet cat, what supplies they will need, how to make a new cat feel at home, and how to properly care for a pet cat, including feeding, exercising, and house training.

Text in the book is accompanied by clear, labeled photographs to further reinforce key : Anita Ganeri. In this book, Kitty the Cat reveals how readers should Kittys guide to caring for your cat book about choosing a pet cat, what supplies they will need, how to make a new cat feel at home, and how to properly care for a pet cat, including feeding, exercising, and house training.

Text in the book is accompanied by clear, labeled photographs to further reinforce key : How to Care for Your Cat: The Complete Guide from Kitten to Adult: A guide to caring for your cat including food, nutrition, behaviour, habits, training and vaccinations CatCare Specialists out of 5 stars /5(26).

Summary: Join Kitty the Cat as she reveals everything you need to know about caring for a new pet cat. Topics covered include how to choose a pet cat, what supplies cat owners will need, how to make a new cat feel at home, and how to care for the new arrival, including feeding, exercising and house training.

Kitty's guide to caring for your cat. [Anita Ganeri] -- Provides simple information about caring for a cat, including feeding, grooming, playing, and taking it to the vet. Your Web browser is not enabled for JavaScript.

Some features of WorldCat will not be available. The final section of the guide is devoted to taking care of your cat, including keeping your kitty healthy and common feline health problems, home nursing, first aid, and special care, such as mating, pregnancy, and birth, as well as the older years/5(74).

Cat Care: Essential Tips is a book that sums up how to look after a cat in tips and pointers. This book gives you all the information regarding cats―right from selecting the perfect cat for your household to caring for it throughout its lifespan.

It has been presented in easy-to-understand English, with lots of good pictures. 5. Get a good cat litter box and quality cat litter. An enclosed litter box can allow you and your cat more privacy, and clumping litter is easier to maintain.

Keep the box clean, for the comfort of your cat and your nose. Also, make sure you buy well-balanced, age-appropriate food for your cat. Ask your vet, the representatives at your local.

Crate training is a must for any dog owner. It’s great for managing behavior problems and necessary for car and airline travel.

How to Care for Your Cat: A Color & Learn Guide for Kids (Dover Children's Activity Books) [Skiles, Janet] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. How to Care for Your Cat: A Color & Learn Guide for Kids (Dover Children's Activity Books)/5(11).

Just like people, cats are all individuals. Some cats love going outside, some barely put a paw through the cat flap and others can’t go out at all, so wherever your cat spends their time, make sure they're safe and happy.

Cats and the law. Much of the law in relation to animals has now been consolidated in the Animal Welfare Act and in. Kitten Care. Newborn Kitten Care Advice for caring for a kitten during the first weeks of life.

Nutrition Tips for Kittens Kittens have special nutritional needs. Get the facts. Yes, You Can Train a Cat It's a great chance to bond with kitty. Here's how to do it. How to Litter Box Train Your Kitten These training tips will help you get started.

From Cats For Dummies, 3rd Edition. Caring for a cat takes more than just the love you have for your feline friend. You have to make the effort to learn about and prepare for health-related issues that you may encounter. The following guide will walk you through the basics of how to take care of that playful, purring bundle of fur.

Kittens are so cute, it’s understandable that cat owners sometimes wish their kittens could stay kittens forever. This is the when you, as the pet parent, lay the foundation for your cat’s future health and behavior. So you took the big step, you brought a new kitten into your home.

Now, the first thing you can do is unplug the television because this kitten will be your new and constant source of entertainment. If, by some chance, you have 2 new kittens, you can also put your books away and be prepared for many memorable hours.

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1) Don’t Treat Your Kitten Like an Adult Cat Just as a human infant has vastly different needs than a teenager, a kitten will have care requirements distinct from those of a fully matured cat. In addition, you should consider a kitten’s various stages of development when caring for her: Under eight weeks of age.

Caring for cats and kittens Cats make affectionate and playful pets and thrive best when they're cared for considering their dietary, environmental and health and welfare needs. Cats will need space to be active, with regular interaction with people and other animals (cats don't really like to be left alone for long periods during the day).

Caring for a cat is highly rewarding and fairly easy, especially when compared to other pets. Feed your cat a high-quality cat food twice a day, and always leave a bowl of fresh water out so that your cat can drink when it's thirsty.

You'll also need to put out a litter box so your cat has somewhere to go to the bathroom%(82). older cat. There are responsibilities involved in owning any cat and if you are thinking about adopting a kitten, we would recommend you first read Cats Protection’s Essential Guide: Caring for your cat.

Your new kitten will be a cat before you know it and you will need to understand how to look after their welfare throughout their Size: KB. Learning how to take care of a cat can be something you have to do for every cat you own.

Caring for kittens is going to look very similar, although there will be less environment adjusting to worry about because their personality has not yet fully developed.Kittens should eat 2 tablespoons or 30 ccs of formula per 4 ounces of body weight within a 24 hour period.

Feed kittens less than 2 weeks of age at least every 2 hours. Kittens 2 to 4 weeks of age should eat every hours. If they are sleeping for longer periods during the night, do not wake them to feed.Pretty Litter: A Cat Litter That Helps Cat Owners Identify Health Problems.

In this section. Help Your New Cat Settle in with a 'Purrternity Leave' Guide to Cat Breeds. Getting Started with Your Kitten. Cat Health and Wellness. Litter Box Basics Every Cat Owner Should Know.

Common Cat Behaviors & How to Train Your Cat. How Cat Adoption Works.