Socialising kittens from a young age means that they will be less timid around humans and will interact better with adults, children, and even your other pets. Here are some steps you can take to socialise your kitten.
Whether it’s because you found orphaned kittens somewhere, are a kitten foster carer, or simply want to make sure that you don’t take a kitten away from its mother to adopt it, knowing how to tell how old a kitten is, is always a good skill to have.
Like children, kittens also get a set of milk teeth before their set of permanent teeth grow. Taking care of both sets of teeth are, however, very important to ensure that your kitten doesn’t get any mouth sores or rotten teeth.
New kitten parents soon learn the difference between a meow and crying, but isn’t always sure why their kitten is crying. Here are some of the most common reasons why kittens cry, as well as what you can do.