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Should I get an adult cat or kitten for my first cat?

Should I get an adult cat or kitten for my first cat?: Adult Cat

NIGHTWING - A1063174 - - Brooklyn **TO BE DESTROYED 01/22/16** Who buys a kitten at a pet store, and then moves into a new apartment that doesn’t allow cats just a few months later? POOR NIGHTWING! This sleek boy is fine with getting a bath every couple of weeks and sounds like a love in his surrender notes, but he is understandably rattled at the shelter. NIGHTWING is still very young and he should blossom into a perfect best friend, if given a chance by a FOSTER/A

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from Laughing Squid

Simon’s Cat Lets His Jealousy Get the Best of Him During A Kitten’s Photo Shoot in ‘Pawtrait’

Simon's Cat Lets His Jealousy Get the Best of Him During A Kitten's Photo Shoot in 'Pawtrait'

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from pets.thenest.com

How to Get a Kitten to Eat Out of a Dish

How to Get a Kitten to Eat Out of a Dish - Pets

from The Huffington Post

'Wall-E' Gets A Cute Overload With Stuffed Animals And A Kitten

from pets.thenest.com

How to Get a Kitten to Eat Out of a Dish

A cat usually starts weaning her kittens when they're about 4 weeks of age. Orphaned kittens can learn to eat out of a dish at the same age. The process takes some patience; but after about four to six weeks, your kitten will be eating hard food.

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