Although your kitten will decide for itself where it'll sleep, it might enjoy a gentle, snug spot you prepare for it. A fluffy, clean hand towel folded and put in a shoe box that sits on its part, could make a stylish foundation for your kitten. But the kitten might just decide to perch itself on the chair instead. You will have to help your kitten get used to using a kitty litter box to visit the bathroom. Getting your kitty used to a kitty litter box is usually easy, because felines are naturally clean and like to bury their droppings. A litter box is nothing more than a shallow rectangular box. Easy and simple kind to use is constructed of soft plastic material. Into this you pour pet cat litter, which comes in stores. Cover underneath of the litter box with about two inches wide of cat litter.
Kittens love occasional goodies, such as fresh liver organ, kidney or cottage parmesan cheese. But dry kitten food is the best thing for a steady diet. Keep goodies to once or twice weekly. As the kitten develops aged, you can little by little reduce the volume of meals. At six months, two meals each day are ample. At one year, one meal per day is all that is required. If your cat pesters you for another meal, provide a little more than 50 percent of the one-meal part twice a day. How big is helpings is usually suggested on the pet cat food box.