How to Raise a Cat: It's Important to Understand Your Kitten's Basic Instincts

Your job is to make sure they can still channel their instincts without causing trouble.

Your kitten is a real hunter. He believes that he is responsible for his own survival. Once you understand this fact, you can see how it all reflects his own instincts and behavior.

Running around
In the wild, kittens are always lurking about potential dangers around them. Leave the bedroom door in your house unlocked so he can easily run from room to room while he assesses the situation around him.

Build the territory
He would leave scratches, smells and sounds to sniff out his opponents and mark their territory. Your job is to make sure they can still channel their instincts without causing trouble. Give them a place to scratch your old rug or carpet - these can help distract them from your furniture.

High Places and Hiding Places
Kittens like to be in high places to monitor, as well as places to hunt and rest. They also used to have favorite hiding places. They will leave this place when they want to rest, are afraid or sick. Give several options for high places for him.

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