Understanding Kitten Health

Understanding Kitten Health

Understanding and monitoring your kitten’s health as she grows is important so you can identify potential problems early. We've compiled all our articles on kitten health below so you can find answers about kitten teething, vaccinations, digestive upset and more.

Featured Articles About Kitten Health

Kitten Vet Care Listing
It’s a no-brainer, but your cat must be immunised to protect her from harmful, sometimes fatal, disease. Before you pick up your new kitten and take it home, make sure that they have had their first vaccination.
Signs of Illness Listing
Even with good care, your kitten may not always be in the best of health. Read on for a list of symptoms that may need veterinary attention.
Spaying or Neutering Kittens Listing

Unless you’re buying a purebred for breeding purposes, having your kitten neutered (for males) or spayed (for females) is highly recommended.

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Kitten separation anxiety happens when your kitten becomes distressed when you leave home. Kittens are quieter about their distress, and they aren’t likely to bark, howl or chew like dogs do. Read on to learn more.
Even with good care, your kitten may not always be in the best of health. Read on for a list of symptoms that may need veterinary attention.

Unless you’re buying a purebred for breeding purposes, having your kitten neutered (for males) or spayed (for females) is highly recommended.

Kittens grow quickly. In the first six months, they reach 75% of their adult body weight. To feed your kitten correctly, you’ll need the right balance of the following six nutrient groups.
It’s a no-brainer, but your cat must be immunised to protect her from harmful, sometimes fatal, disease. Before you pick up your new kitten and take it home, make sure that they have had their first vaccination.