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Kittens have a lot of energy. If you don't provide an outlet for it, she will find one of her own. Chasing a wind-up toy or ball, stalking and pouncing on a lure attached to a string or just racing around room are all positive outlets for her energy. Be careful, however, to keep rough play under control. Never use your hands or feet as a lure. Strongly discourage her from attacking your hands or feet; what seems cute when she's a kitten encourages her to be aggressive with you. Always keep a stuffed toy within reach so that if she tries to attack you, you can rub animal against her tummy to encourage her to wrestle with it.
To care for a cat you will need to:
* Provide plenty of human companionship
* Provide regular, suitable meals with a constant supply of fresh water
* Provide a clean and comfortable bed
* Provide cat with outdoor access or be prepared to empty and clean a litter tray on a daily basis
* Groom it regularly. Longhaired cats require daily grooming
* Have it neutered between 4 and 6 months old
* Vaccinate against major feline diseases regularly
* Worm regularly and provide treatment for fleas
* Take cat to vet when it shows any sign of illness - pet insurance can help offset cost of veterinary treatment.
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