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Cats – Help in choosing the right Cat for your Family!

Investigate the different types of breeds on offer and find the right one with just the right personality and energy levels for your family. Your next stage is how to find a good breeder so you can be sure your new kitten is healthy and well adjusted?

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Finding the right Breeders!

In the ideal world you want to buy your new pedigree kitten directly from a reputable breeder. Of course, that could be through the Internet, through the newspaper, or by meeting breeders at cat shows.

  • Firstly ask your friends and relatives for recommendations, if they are happy with the breeder I’m sure you will be too.
  • Checkout social media sites for feedback, most breeders also run catteries and have Facebook, Twitter or Instagram accounts.

Getting ready for your first Cat!

Having chosen which cat breed you prefer and breeder, you then need to start getting ready to bring your new friend home.

  • Taking my cat home? Transporting the cat is easily done with the use of a small animal carrier, these can cost up £15.00.
  • Where will the cat sleep? To get the cat settled in to its new home I would recommend the comfort kitty cat cave costing around £13.00.

The best way to feed my Cat!

  • How will I feed my Cat? You have a very wide selection of feeding methods to choose from. From, small single bowls up to expensive automatic feeders.
  • If you chose small single bowls, you will need one for food and one for water, when using this feeding method you will have to ensure you feed your kittens at regular times.
  • Your other option is automatic pet food feeders, automatic pet food feeders can dispense the food at set times ensuring your kitten never goes hungry.
  • You can also use automatic water fountains these are charcoal filtered, automatic feeders vary greatly in price I would recommend you shop around to suite your budget.
  • What toys should my kitty have? Choosing toys is never ending, from squeaky, soft fluffy, lattice balls, and teasers.

What food to feed my Cat!

  • Dry foods? Dry complete cat diets are easy to measure and use, and have a longer shelf-life once opened than wet foods.
  • Also helps to keep your cats teeth healthy. You can expect your kitten to chew dry food more actively, and it can help remove plaque from the teeth of older cats.
  • Wet foods? Some cats simply prefer wet food’s smell and texture, as it smells stronger and is softer than dry food.
  • Wet food can still be very convenient with single-serve pouches and trays giving your kitten a fresh, easy-to-serve meal each time.
  • Pet market stock a wide verity of cat supplies to chose from.

Training your Cat to go to the Toilet!

  • Choosing the correct type of litter tray for your cat is very important; try not to choose one that is too high on the sides
  • I would recommend you place the cat litter tray in a quiet place, kittens prefer to go to the toilet in privacy.
  • You can also start helping by placing her in the tray early in the morning or last thing at night and after every meal.
  • After your cat has used the litter tray it’s always a good idea to praise them.
  • Always remember to clean out the litter tray every day this will teach you kitten that cleanliness is really important.
  • You can choose from a wide range of cat litter in cat supplies at petmarket.localvet.co.uk

Must have for all Kittens and Cats!

Cats love to scratch; they will scratch while stretching, and definitely scratches during play. You should get them a scratching post if you want to stop them scratching everything in your home.

  • What type of scratching post should I get? Scratching post come in many different shapes and sizes and like toys there are many to choose from.
  • My favourite choice is the Cat tree; they can help new cats climb and jump safely until they gain more confidence.

Cat Insurance

We recommend PDSA Pet Insurance they offer; 6 levels of PDSA Petsurance cover to suit your pet’s needs and your budget.

You can purchase all your Cat Supplies: petmarket.localvet.co.uk