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Cat going to litter box every few minutes.

I can't tell whether or not I'm going to be a good, responsible owner, because I can't tell whether or not I'm going to be able to control the urge. It's something I will have to try to control on my own. We don't own any cats in our current place, and I have never had cats before.

I'm looking forward to it, however, but I am scared that I'm going to go crazy if I don't get the chance to let them out.

I don't know anything about cats, either. I'm also a dog person, and have a couple of small dogs, so if I had a cat before this, it would be really nice to have one in my house agn.

My mom was given two kittens. She never got the chance to let them out in the yard to do their business. They had been kept in her house. I don't know if this is normal, but they are both deaf. They have been with us about a year, but I'm really not sure what to do with them. They don't come when called, and they don't seem to be hungry. They get along with our dogs. They both have a lot of fur.

I'm going to get two cages for them to live in. I also have a large litter box, and I am going to put that in the house for them to use. I think I'll need some sort of box for them to go in when they are outside, and a baggy to carry the waste in.

I can't wt for my mom to come over and tell me about my kittens. I'll be taking them to the vet to get them checked over, I think. I also have a feeling that I am going to find them sleeping all the time, and not eating anything. I'm thinking that they are too young for all this.

I'm going to need a lot of patience, though, since I will be spending a lot of time at the vet. I'll probably have to bring them in once or twice a week to get them checked over. I will have to keep an eye on them all the time, too, since they are very small and it is going to be hard to keep them safe.

I'm not sure what else to do. What should I be doing while they are in their cages? Is there anything else I need to do?

I'm going to get two cages for them to live in. I also have a large litter box, and I am going to put that in the house for them to use. I think I'll need some sort of box for them to go in when they are outside, and a baggy to carry the waste in.

I can't wt for my mom to come over and tell me about my kittens. I'll be taking them to the vet to get them checked over, I think. I also have a feeling that I am going to find them sleeping all the time, and not eating anything. I'm thinking that they are too young for all this.

I'm going to need a lot of patience, though, since I will be spending a lot of time at the vet. I'll probably have to bring them in once or twice a week to get them checked over. I will have to keep an eye on them all the time, too, since they are very small and it is going to be hard to keep them safe.

I'm not sure what else to do. What should I be doing while they are in their cages? Is there anything else I need to do?

Hi,

I do hope they find good homes! I would suggest getting some books to help you through this (not too many) and you will probably find your answers here on the forums.

A couple of things:

Get some kitten food, you can get it at any grocery store. There is a great resource for information and advice at the web site http://www.felinecivis.com. Good luck!

Have you checked the local humane society? I know there's one close to you... you might try there to see if they have any recommendations and/or advice on how to care for kittens.

Thanks so much.

_________________"It's a story, this pet and petting,

It's a story, of what makes you a family,

It's a story, this pet and petting,

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Mon Jun 09, 2007 1:36 am

CrazyKate

Joined: Tue Oct 08, 2006 3:54 pmPosts: 1555Location: North of it all

Thanks for the advice. I really didn't know that there was such a thing as kitten food, I thought that you had to feed them every day or something.

It sounds like I might have to go over there and take a look. I live just a little bit outside of town, but they could still be in town for me. I would have to ask the shelter about it, I suppose.

_________________"It's a story, this pet and petting,

It's a story, of what makes you a family,

It's a story, this pet and petting,

And you're a pet" - Unknown

Mon Jun 09, 2007 10:42 am

CrazyKate

Joined: Tue Oct 08, 2006 3:54 pmPosts: 1555Location: North of it all

Oh, and I should mention that we are having some problems at the moment. We moved, and I didn't get to the box the kittens were in until last Friday. When I checked, there was no food or water for them. I thought that I would be able to take them to a vet to get them some food and water. I went to the local shelter on Friday, and they sd that there was no food or water for the kittens, and that they were not going to give them to me. They sd that they might just let them starve to death. I