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BRINGING YOUR NEW BABY HOME

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All of our kittens are weaned beginning around 5 weeks of age on Royal Canin Mother and Babycat wet and dry food. I feed the kittens the wet food in the morning and evening. The dry food is left out at all times. I also mix Reduced Sodium Chicken Bone Broth in with the wet food. At 4 months I change to Royal Canin kitten food. All kittens need to be on kitten food for 1 year. Some kitten's appetites change as they grow. Some will begin to prefer the dry food exclusively and vice versa. This is nothing to be concerned about as long as your kitten is gaining weight and behaving normally. I also use FortiFlora probiotics and prebiotics and IMUQUIN® CAT for immune health once daily sprinkled on the first meal of the day. This is not something that you need to continue but I do recommend. I'm providing links to these products so you can do your own research and make your own informed decision. These companies do NOT pay me for recommending their products. If you plan on changing your kitten's diet, you must do so slowly and over time as to not upset their delicate tummies. I highly recommend reading THIS article which has lots of helpful tips for the first 30 days with your new family member. 

One cat toy I highly recommend is THIS cat scratching bowl. All of my cats and kittens love this toy. 

I use THIS cat litter. 

Kitten Vaccination Schedule
Here’s the general schedule for kitten vaccinations:

6 weeks:

FVRCP required

Dewormer

9 -10 weeks:

FVRCP required (second in series)

Dewormer

12-13 weeks:

FVRCP required (third in series)

16 weeks:

Rabies required by law

FVRCP booster 

PROOF OF SPAY/NEUTER MUST BE PROVIDED BY 8 MONTHS OF AGE.

I am dedicated to helping all of our extended families for the lifetime of the kittens that come from our home so please always feel free to reach out to me with any questions or concerns.

Best, 

Rebecca Ward

MPB

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