Through their small frame and undoubted appeal, kittens are often admired and craved for by pet owners who wish to look after a lovely animal that can provide the quality of companionship they desire. Although their fluffy and cute nature is instantly appealing to prospective owners, they must realise the heightened importance of their responsibility to look after the wellbeing of a kitten in comparison with an adult or mature cat. It is therefore essential for prospective owners to consider whether they can provide a young kitten with the nurturing and attention they require in order to grow into a prospering adult.
Kittens are taken away from their mother from an early age by breeders and pet stores who provide the general public across Scandinavia with the opportunity to own a young cat that can bring joy and happiness to their life. They exude a bundle of energy and visual appeal through their soft coat and small frame that make them the ideal pet.
Although kittens can be bought separately or in a group with others from their litter, being separated from their mother creates a void which must be occupied by a human owner. They instantly lose the loving care that a parent provides, in addition to the nutritional intake provided from feeding on a mother’s teat. The choice of pet food products is, therefore, decisive in the ultimate growth of a cat from a young kitten to an adult.
Due to their fragile nature and relative youth, kittens require a specialist form of animal feed that is tailored to provide the adequate levels of nutrients and vitamins required to strengthen their core body, joints and muscles. Purchasing specialist pet food that is vetinary-approved can effectively provide the foundations for a kitten to grow and receive high quality nurturing through the important first year of their life.