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Kitten Kindergarten

Kitten Kindergarten
Here are three ways your kitty can benefit from kitty kindy.

Socialising


One of the major benefits of kitten kindy is that it’s a chance for your kitty to socialise. In their early weeks and months of life, kittens are having to adjust to a great deal of change. The aim is to give your kitten a positive experience. You want them to build up the confidence to be around people and other cats. This is great if you have other animals or you’re planning on bringing in another cat into the home. Kitten kindy will also introduce your cat to visiting the vet (which they of course need to do in some point in their lives). This can take out the fear at an early age.

Training


There’s many things cats do intuitively such as cleaning themselves. However, as a pet owner there is a language we need to learn to better understand what our pets need. At kitten kindergarten you will learn different ways to train your kitten (such as using a kitty litter) but you will also learn important signs and communication. This includes being able to identify when your kitten needs something, is unwell or stressed. Training is a fantastic way not only for your kitten to adjust to their home, but for you to adjust to living with your kitten as well.

Learning top tips


In addition to finding out how to be a wonderful pet owner and train your kitten, you will learn different ways to care for your kitten. This includes diet and nutrition, exercise, vaccination requirements, health and engagement.
 
Kitten kindergarten is a great way to start your new relationship with your pet. Do plenty of research and hunt around for the best options in your area. Many vets offer kitten kindy, so start with your vet.

Topic: Owning a Pet, Cats

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