Royal Canin Kitten Dry Food
Royal Canin Kitten Food
Orijen Cat Dry Food
Blue Wilderness Canned Food
Primal Raw Food
So much controversy over what to feed your kitten or cat. For young kittens, we highly recommend them to be on the Royal Canin Kitten Food diet, but once they reach 6 months- we can not recommend raw food- ENOUGH. It is super nutritious, no fillers, they poop less, and IT DOESN'T SMELL. Who doesn't love that? They get fed once in the morning and once at night and primal already has the nuggets ready for them to eat. So you may ask- how do I transition? Start off with a small bit of raw food with their diet. Most cats have no idea what to do with it at first, so I started taking away my dry and wet food and transitioned straight to raw. Now my cats crave it. Well, let's be honest, scream at me for it. I added an article on the other page for you to read about the raw food diet and its benefits. Check it out, it is worth your while!
Dr Elyse’s Unscented Clumping Clay Litter
Regular litter box with no lid, once they learn to use the litter box regularly, you may add a top.
Clumping litter tends to get everywhere and it doesn’t smell that great. So many ask, how do I transition my cat to something that smells better and doesn’t get everywhere? The Breeze Litter System changes everything. You slowly add the pellets into your current litter box and place the litter boxes side by side. Once they get used to th pellets, take away the old litter box and use the new system. You can buy the breeze system on the ”buy now” link and see how it works!
Cats & Kittens rarely use beds, they prefer yours, so don't waste your money!
Limit jumping and running as much as possible. Do not allow the cat/kitten to lick their spay site. If you see this happening, buy a cone from Petco right away. No baths for 14 days.
Limit jumping and running as much as possible. No baths for 14 days.