Don’t crowd your new pet
Kittens are adorable, and we bet everyone will want to cuddle and play with yours. But it’s a good idea to introduce them to your family slowly. If you have children, it’s important they learn how to be gentle with your new arrival. Kittens may be small, but their claws and teeth can be sharp! Teach them where to touch a cat – they like to be stroked on their chins and between their ears – but let the kitten come to them. You should also make sure they know the signs that a cat is unhappy, such as hissing, arching their back, and holding their tail out straight. Not understanding a cat’s body language can lead to scratches and bites if you’re not careful. Playing with cat toys can help your kitten get used to their new family while having fun.