How To Bond With Your New Kitten?

This is a great question. It’s not an easy thing to do, but I think you’ll find that having the right approach makes it much easier for both of us! If you are thinking about getting a kitten, then it can be hard to know where to start. The first step is always finding the right cat(s) for your lifestyle and family, so here are some things that you should consider before bringing home any kitty:

1) Does he/she make you smile? Your new pet will want attention; they will need love and affection at all times. You must give them what they need or else there won’t be many happy moments! So take time out every day (even if it’s just five minutes) to play with your cat – give him lots of cuddles and purr-face kisses! Don’t forget that cats like their personal space too; don’t rush into adopting one until after work hours if possible as most cats like quiet time in their own beds at night (you’re welcome!). 2) Is this kitten under 16 weeks old? Kittens cannot survive on their own outside of shelters or other regulated environments without proper care which means there needs to be ongoing socialisation training throughout his life. This kind of early behavioural enrichment helps prevent destructive behaviours later on in life such as biting household objects off legs etc… 3) Do you have enough room for two cats? Several studies conducted by animal behaviourist Dr Patricia