Your Kitten's Layette

Understanding your kitten's needs will help make his homecoming a quick and easy transition. Learn which supplies you should have on-hand.

Posted: Tue Nov 26 00:00:00 PST 2002

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Start getting your kitten used to nail clippers as soon as possible. You'll need a comb and possibly a brush to begin your kitten's grooming routine, especially if he's a longhair.

Collars are popular for kittens, although most are too large for really young kittens. Consider an adjustable collar for your growing kitten. If you plan to leash-train your cat, begin getting him used to the harness and leash now. An ID tag is also important in case your kitten ever gets outside.

A cat carrier is the safest way to bring your new kitten home, and it will be useful for trips to the veterinarian and any time you must transport your cat.

Fancy or simple, the right equipment will make life easier as your cute kitten grows into a loving adult companion.

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