For the owner of a British Shorthair kitten.
Here you can find information that will be useful to you. Don't neglect this knowledge; it will help you be a responsible owner of your little kitten.
Don’t forget a solid, comfortable cat carrier, too. Your kitten will spend a good deal of time shuttling back and forth to the vet during those first few months. Make the trip pleasant by investing in a well-ventilated, easy-to-open, and close, secure carrier with padding inside. Your cat — and your vet — will thank you.
Cats are naturally inquisitive, and a basket of cat toys will give them something to keep them occupied while sparing your shoelaces and calves from the ministrations of a bored kitten. Toys with feathers, crunchy fillings, and catnip are very popular. Try a few different types to see which kind your cat prefers. And don’t forget to get a scratching post or two — scratching is normal cat behavior, and training your cat to use a post early in life can spare your furniture down the road.
How to socialize your kitten?
Getting the relationship with your cat right is always a challenge, and being sympathetic to its particular emotional requirements as an individual is a key to stress-free living. A confident, the social cat will always want more attention than a timid one or one who doesn’t have the appropriate socialization as a kitten. Allowing your cat to initiate contact with you is probably the easiest way to establish the desired quality and quantity of affection.