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You'll want to make sure that your home is as kitten proof as possible before he or she gets there.
Your Kittens Safe Room
When you bring your kitten home, have a special place set up and ready for them. Ideally, this would be a separate room apart from the rest of the family and any pets. This will give your kitten a smaller area to get accusstomed to until they feel comfortable about coming out to explore. Leaving your kitten's carrier open in the "safe room" allows them a closed-in space that they can sleep in and return to if they are frightened. Make sure you visit them often because they'll need a lot of cuddling and socialization with you to build up their confidence! If there are no other pets in the house, a few days in the safe room should be enough for your kitten before they are able to explore. You may still want this to be the kitten's sleeping room. If there are other pets in the house, click here for ideas on how to best integrate them.
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Dr. Bigelow has always gone above and beyond for the care of our family's pets for several years.