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Kitten Resource Center

From litter training to kitten-proofing, see these informative articles on caring for your kitten. 

 

Taking Care of a Kitten | 8 to 12 Weeks

Here are tips to keep your kitten healthy during the first 12 weeks.

8-12 Weeks

Taking Care of a Kitten | 3 to 6 Months

Tips and advice to keep your kitten healthy from 3 to 6 months.

3-6 Months

Taking Care of a Kitten | 7 to 12 Months

When can kittens eat cat food? How do you keep an oder kitten interested in food? What are some activities you can do with your cat? Find out the answers and other advice to keep your kitten healthy from 7 to 12 months.

7-12 Months

How to Take Care of Kittens

Even if you've had a kitten before, here are some basics for your review before you bring her home.

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Kitten Training 101

Kittens are extremely intelligent and can be trained to use litter boxes, obey commands and even perform adorable tricks. Just keep some of these basic training steps in mind.

Kitten Training 101

Kitten-Proofing Your Home

To keep your new kitten safe, you’ll want to kitten-proof your home before you bring the fluff ball home. Walk through your house. Try to think like a cat and look for potential dangers: enticing dangling items, objects that aren’t secured in place. 

Kitten-Proofing Your Home

Set up a Healthy Feeding Schedule for Your Kitten

See how to start your kitten off on the right paw with a healthy feeding schedule.

Set up a Healthy Feeding Schedule for Your Kitten

How to Spot Kitten Diseases

Help protect your kitten by watching out for these symptoms.

How to Spot Kitten Diseases and Ailments

Tips to Survive Kitten Teething

Kitten teething can be made more bearable for your kitten and you with these helpful tips.

Tips to Survive Kitten Teething