Got Kittens? Check out "The Kitten Connection" from Purina.
Kittens are only kittens for a year, but this short time is the most significant stage of a cats development. Its important for kitten owners to recognize how impressionable kittens are and arm themselves with tools and expert advice to ensure they give their kittens the best start in life.
As part of its continuous commitment to sharing professional and practical knowledge with cat owners, Purina Kitten Chow is launching a video series featuring Board Certified Veterinary Behaviorist, Dr. Karen Suedathat will be posted on kittenchow.com. The series, titled The Kitten Connection, is designed to quickly and easily show new and even experienced kitten owners tips, tricks, and advice that allow them to make the most out of the lives they share with their kittens.
"Kitten ownership can be one of the most rewarding experiences in life, so its worth it to prepare ahead of time for every aspect of kitten care," said Dr. Sueda. "The Kitten Connection recognizes the importance of helping kitten owners raise a well-adjusted kitten because it eventually leads to a healthy, happy and well-mannered adult cat."
The thirteen webisodes of The Kitten Connection cover the following common kitten care topics:
- Litter box training
- Kitten-proofing the home
- First days at home
- Introductions to resident pets
- Children and kittens
- Managing a multiple cat household.
- Shopping for Kitten Necessities
- First Vet Visit
- Kitten Nutrition
- Kitten Health Check
- Establishing Behavior Expectations
- Proper Socialization with People
- Making The Transition From Kitten to Adult
Each video is full of easy steps to help owners enrich their relationships with their kittens and create foundations of well-being for many years to come.
These videos are designed to provide kitten owners tips, tricks, and advice that allow them to make the most out of the lives they share with their kittens. Certified Veterinary Behaviorist Dr. Karen Sueda guides owners through easy steps to help enrich their relationships with their kittens and create foundations for many years to come.
More information can also be found at www.kittenchow.com