Kittens are adorable, cuddly, and often much loved by their owners. But they’re also mischievous creatures who can be extremely playful even when you least expect it! You may have noticed that your kitten sometimes seems to want to play with something other than the ball of yarn or stuffed toy she was happily chewing on a few minutes ago. This sudden urge for “kitten klutziness” doesn’t mean your cat is out of control; in fact, it means she’s doing what little kittens do best: testing her strength against yours! As soon as she succeeds at pouncing—and usually very quickly too—she will try again and again until either you succeed in protecting yourself from her attacks or someone else does (perhaps your mother).
Get Your Shapes And Sizes Right
The size of a kitten’s paws varies greatly between breeds and individual cats. The most important thing you should know about any kitten is this: no matter how small he looks now, he will grow into an adult cat with huge paws! If you don’t consider this while selecting toys for him to enjoy, not only might his new toy become inadequate later but he could snap off one of his toes trying to catch it anyway. So get all the sizes right before buying anything for your kitten so that she has lots of options once she starts playing around with things on her own instead. Here are some tips if shopping online: Always look at the actual