A: This is an impossible question to answer, as there are so many factors involved. You can contact your local SPCA or vet for more information on this subject. However, it’s usually around 4-6 weeks of age that you should be concerned about the health and cleanliness of your kitten. At this point, they have become aware of themselves and are able to interact with their surroundings in order to search for food or safety. They are also at a stage where they will begin walking toward the litter box instead of running away from it once they’re used to elimination outside their home environment (see previous FAQ).
Q: What vaccinations do I need my new kitten get? How long after vaccination should my kitty remain indoors?
A: Kittens receive 3 sets of vaccinations over 6 weeks , spaced approximately 3 days apart . It is best if kittens stay inside for 2 full weeks following all shots before letting them go out again . That way any side effects will wear off completely before being exposed outside again without proper isolation precautions in place . The only exception would be if you live very close by a veterinary office that offers 24 hour emergency services…then just call ahead!
Q: Is there anything I can do when cleaning up cat vomit? Should I wash them with soap & water first? Can cat feces cause serious illness/disease ? Will cats eat spoiled meat /feces/poop ? Can cats carry diseases like salmonella /