Here Kitty Kitty Rescue Kittens – Loving Them Home with Love

Here Kitty Kitty Rescue Kittens – Loving Them Home with Love and I especially love to rescue kittens and cats.  And some of you cat parents may prefer to buy purebred cats and there is nothing wrong with that. I, myself, prefer to rescue unwanted animals.

We have a rescue dog and a cat. All the animals I have ever had rescued animals.

What happens when you bring your little furry child home? What should you have ready and how do you make her feel comfortable? How do I prepare my home for my rescue cat?

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Time to leave the nest and get adopted!

The Ideal Age for your Kitten – 7 Weeks to 6 Months


The socialization window for your rescue kitten is anywhere from 7 weeks, 12 weeks to 6 months. During this very important time window for your kitty is teaching him/her what you want from her/him.

From clipping their nails to riding in a car, introducing them to the cat stroller (this one is on my agenda) to giving them baths, all this is a must during this time window, where their brains are transformable to it’s learning period.


Integrating Your Kitty- Security, Love, and Food!


When you bring your new kitty home, make sure before you bring them home that you have set up their play area and kitty food and toys, scratching post and their bedding. This will enhance their feelings of security within this particular room.


Kitten Bed
A pillow of my own? Oh, thank you for my new Mommie!


That way they are in an established area that they can call home, they can get comfortable starting out with a smaller area and then incorporate them into the rest of your house.

Introduce your kitty to different areas of your house. Let them know what they can and can’t do. Believe me, this does work. They understand and are very teachable during their younger years.

If you have small children in your house, just a word of caution, do not leave them alone with your new kitty. Make sure to teach them that the kitty loves gentle hugs and kisses. That kitty can get hurt if dropped.

Always supervise your small children with your new smaller family member. Kids can be too rough without even realizing it.


Natural/Organic Kitten Food – What to Feed Your Cat


What shall we feed our newest family member? There are all kinds of kitten food to choose from. So many brand names and some are healthy for your kitty and some are just full of fillers and additives that are not healthy at all for a growing kitten.

Try to get your kitten foods that are rich in Omega3 and Omega6, Vitamins and Minerals.


Here is a list of natural/organic kitten food to consider:


  • Dry Kitten Food Natural and Organic that consists of Poultry, Lean Beef, Lamb, Poultry Meal and Fish Meal. Make sure meat is the main ingredient. And that the food has plenty of proteins and is highly nutritious for their growing bodies.
  • Best Kitten Food – All Natural and Organic Ingredients, again this is best for your kitten. All-natural healthy ingredients to help your kitten grow and flourish into a great adult cat! No corn, wheat or soy. Make sure there are no fillers or additives.


What is the right amount of food and how often should I feed my kitten? Top veterinarians advise feeding your kitten 3 times a day.

What I like to do is train my kitten to self-feed. I provide dry cat food in their bowl at all times. They know when they are hungry and when they are not.

A cat doesn’t overeat, well unless it’s wet cat food and I will get to that in a moment. Just keep their food where it’s easily accessible and your kitten will do just fine!

Mamaaaa…. I’m hungry!


Now, with wet cat food what I do is provide it for their dinner meal and a serving is about a 1/4 of a can for one cat.

After you open the can of cat food and put a lid on it (you can buy these at any retail store.) remember to keep their food refrigerated and this keeps their food fresh and it will lasts a lot longer.

Just a little side note: Never put your cat’s food or water in the same room as the litter box. Believe me, I have seen cat parents do this and it is not healthy for your cat whatsoever!

I like to put mine under a window. I also make sure to have a cat rug of some sort so when they hop out of the litter box it will fall on the cat rug and help take the litter out of their paws.

Another thing: Never put a bowl of water too close to their food. In the wild, big cats never drink the water close to their kill because it will taint the water.


Playtime was fun! Now I’m thirsty!


Same for your cat/kitten. Just make sure there is a big space between the dry cat food and their water. Plus, the water will stay cleaner that way too!


Toys For Your Kitten – The Best Toys Are Happy Toys


There are a variety of interactive toys for you and your kitten. Choose toys that you can play with your cat. Playing with your kitten is a bonding moment. The more you interact with them, the more they learn to trust you and accept you into their “pride”.

It brings you closer and both you and your kitten will be happier and a very funny kitten is one who plays with the laser beam across the floor and up the walls.

This is entertainment within itself and as I write this, it brings a smile to my face.

It’s like they don’t realize that it’s light… just a red bug flying all around the room. It’s quite a fun time and a happy cat who will get in great shape due to the exercise they will get while chasing the big red dot/bug around the house!


What Toys Should I Get, You Might Ask?


There is a wide variety of toys that are perfect for your kitten. There are Catcher Wands, that have a string attached to a wand with some feathers or toys of some sort at the end. You flick it up and down or have your kitten chase it. You can also provide them with a cat playground cat tree!


Kitten Playing with Toys
Meow I love to play with smiley faces!


Cats love to climb and kittens are full of energy and will need lots of exercises to keep them entertained and a cat tree is perfect for climbing and running and scratching. Keeps them busy.

A kitten without lots of activities to do is a kitten who will find trouble. Just give them toys they can play with on their own and then also with you or one of your family members! Just keep them busy!

Your laughter, while enjoying playtime with the cutest little kitten, will excite both of you and it makes them do funny stunts just to hear you laugh again and again.

There are also stuffed mice with catnip inside of them. I get the plain ones. But you can choose what you want for your little one. There are lattice balls with bells that jingle when bounced around and much more to choose from!

I guarantee you that you will have just as much fun as your new furry family member! Your kitten will adore you too!


Enjoy Your New Rescue Kitten – Adoring Love


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Take your time integrating your new kitten with your family. Provide a safe place they can feel comfortable in. Have fun playing with them so you two can bond and build trust.

Get the most natural/organic kitten food that provides them with nutrients and vitamins for their growing body. Give them plenty of fresh water to keep them hydrated.

Always provide playtime with your kitten, tell them that you love them often and they will adore you and love you for as long as they live.


Paws up! Love you Mommie!


I congratulate you and thank you if you have rescued a kitten or a cat and even a senior cat from a rescue adoption center!

Here kitty kitty… Time to come home…

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Meowz to you!

Donna Rayne



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