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Things to Consider Before & After You've Adopted a Cat
First and foremost, be sure you are ready to make a long-term commitment to love and care for a cat and can also afford to do so.
Use a cat carrier to bring the cat home. No exceptions.
Prepare a room where the cat can live for the first few days to get acclimated to you and your home. Provide a litter box, cat bed, water bowl, and good quality cat food.
Do not make too many demands on your new cat until it has a chance to get used to you and the new home.
Prepare any children by reminding them to speak softly and to be gentle with the cat. Introduce them to the new cat one child at a time.
If you already have another cat, do not force the two of them to interact. Do not leave them alone together until they have made their peace with each other.
Each cat should have their own litter box, food, and water.
Give your first cat extra attention to minimize any jealousy.
Provide several scratching posts and keep claws trimmed.
Find a good vet to spay or neuter your cat (if not already) & to provide preventive health care.
Love and enjoy your cat.
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