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www.reference.com/article/shots-kittens-need-8c403807bd1b1318

Kittens need a rabies vaccination and another core vaccination that safeguards against feline rhinotracheitis, feline panleukopenia and feline calicivirus, according to PetMD. That vaccination usually comes in one shot to provide protection for all three and can be give...

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Vaccinations for feline distemper, feline viral rhinotracheitis, feline calicivirus and rabies are called "core vaccinations" and are the first shots kittens need, says PetMD. Depending on a kitten's lifestyle, a veterinarian may also recommend "non-care vaccinations," ...

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Provide a new kitten with quality, age-appropriate food, veterinary care, socialization and a safe environment. Purchase a litter box, a few toys designed for kittens and a scratching post. Watch the kitten closely for signs of illness. Not eating, vomiting, diarrhea, s...

www.reference.com/article/good-names-kitten-141f1c734a4b6622

Mittens, Leo, Tiger, Smokey and Lily are all popular and well-regarded kitten names. PetMD.com and KittenNames.com are both good online resources for kitten names. VetStreet.com is another good resource, since it compiles a list of the most popular kitten names register...

www.reference.com/pets-animals/kittens-live-56ac431af6c4ddb8

According to the Humane Society, most feral cats and kittens live in colonies that occupy a specific territory. These territories can include a diverse, large terrain. Kittens can be found throughout the world and will always live near a stable food source when possible...

www.reference.com/article/kitten-season-24a11f208e9911c4

Kitten season is the time of year when the most kittens are born. It actually encompasses three seasons, beginning in early spring and extending through the summer into fall.

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Kittens feed strictly off the mother cat for the first few weeks of life. Bottle-feeding using a milk replacement must be used if the kitten has been separated from the mother, has been rejected, or if the mother cannot produce enough milk.