Kitten-Proof Your Home

Like a curious child, your kitten wants to explore every inch of your home. Make sure it is safe.

By Ron Bast

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You have a combination safe cracker, escape artist, mountain climber and X-treme sports fanatic on your hands, and she's utterly clueless about life in the human world. But you're in charge, so consider your strategies carefully. You'll end up with a safer environment for your new family member, and for yourself as well.

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Brytta    Cedar Rapids, IA

1/17/2012 7:26:24 PM

How do I cat-proof a home?

Cat Lover    Furrsville, CA

6/4/2010 12:56:34 PM

curiousity thy name is feline-whether it be a kitten a 6 month old or a full size cat, they never grow tired of prowling, climbing as high as possible and squeezing into small spots. Manys the time i went to get a pot or pan out of the cupboard and found a sleeping cat. Yes i had baby latches on the doors, but they found a way in. while it may be annoying at times you have to also know its the cats or kittens nature and just enjoy your furry feline or felines, depending on how many you have ........... meow

Cathy    Hubbard, OH

3/26/2010 9:00:29 AM

Kittens are notorious for getting into trouble. Also, watch plastic bags or such. They can also suffocate and washers and dryers,if they climb in, can kill them also. Know people all of the above that it has happened too. Thank God it wasn't any of my kitties!

Algernon    Gardena, CA

11/5/2009 6:53:52 PM

Poorly written article that spends all it's time pointing out the flaws in your home, and none if it's time making suggestions on how to fix them. A typical google search will find better results so I suggest checking there if you need ideas.

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