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RE: 9 wk old kitten questions

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Posted by: PHWildCat at Wed Jun 3 05:05:07 2009  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by PHWildCat ]  
   

Congratulations on your new baby. 1st you should not just change his food like that. You need to start him out on whatever he was eating and then slowly add the other food mixing it with the food he is used to and increasing the amount until it is all the new food. Secondly, he should probably be eating kitten food. The bites are smaller for little ones mouths. You should introduce him to the dogs with them on a leash so they can't lunge at him and scare him. Hold him so they can sniff him and then let him run around and sniff them while they are on the leash and controlled. Don't leave him alone with them until you are sure they will not harm him even by accident. Good luck with your new baby!!!
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