What should be the nutrition of castrated and sterilized cats and cats? It is not difficult to answer this question: the diet must meet the needs of the pet and its age, be complex and varied
PRINCIPLE No. 1. FEED SHOULD BE TAKEN INTO ACCOUNT THE NEEDS OF THE PET
Properly selected feed:
It takes into account the reduction in daily energy requirements, which means it allows you to maintain ideal weight.
Reduces the risk of cat lower urinary tract diseases and helps ensure a balanced urine pH.
Combines all essential nutrients, including vitamins A, C and E and Omega-3 and Omega-6 Fatty Acids. Continue reading
Normally, newborn kittens should receive full care and nutrition from their mom cat. But if this is not possible, the kitten can take care of the kittens. If you have newborn kittens in your arms, care and feeding should be special. We wrote a separate article about this.
Here we will talk about a more common situation, when a weaned kitten from his mother and his acquaintance with a new home occurs in 2-3 months. At this age, socialization takes place, the psyche is formed, character traits are already showing and habits are being developed. Then you need to start accustoming the kitten to hygiene procedures, so that this becomes a routine for him and does not cause stress in the future.
To train a kitten to this procedure is necessary gradually. Take him in your arms when he is in a calm mood. Pet your pet as usual and wait for it to relax. Next, try to gently press on the fingertip – this will expose the claw. Continue reading