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Your New Kitten
From a meow to a purr, learn what your your feline friend is telling you when she makes these five distinct cat sounds.
Take advantage of your kitten's curiosity and intelligence by teaching her a few simple commands.
A little forethought, adequate supervision and early training go a long way toward keeping kittens out of trouble.
Cats are naturally very clean and chances are your kitten will already have learned how to use the litter box from her mother before she comes to live with you.
Learn more about household items that are dangerous to cats and ways to keep your cat safe.
Kittens may be small, but to keep them safe and happy there is a long list of items vital to having the right environment for your kitten to thrive.
While your home may be the most comfortable place your cat will ever know, it can also be the most dangerous. Learn how to keep your cat safe.
Bringing a new cat home is an exciting time, make sure it goes smoothly by following some easy tips and advice on the transition.
Learn more about the basics of cat care in the first month, including choosing the right cat bedding, cat toys, cat carriers, pet id tags and litter boxes.
Bringing a new cat home is an exciting time!
Your kitten needs precise levels of essential nutrients to stay her healthiest throughout life.
You can turn your cute, rambunctious kitten into super kitty by taking a little extra time to shape the behaviors and personality you want her to have as an adult.
Get a handle on the basics in the first month for a proper start to a healthy relationship.
While your home may be the most comfortable place your cat will ever know, it can also be the most dangerous.
Choosing the right cat food for your special pet's specific needs is one of the most important choices you'll ever make.
Cats scratch and climb to leave their scent and visual markings, to sharpen their claws and to stretch their legs.