It’s always exciting to welcome a new kitten into your house. It might be a planned and much-anticipated event, or it can be a surprise adoption or rescue. In any case, you need to schedule time for that first veterinary visit and regular exams in addition to buying all of the new essentials like food, dishes, and litter boxes.
The first visit to the veterinarian may reveal hidden problems that affect you, your family, and other pets. Because some illnesses can become life-threatening very quickly, it’s best to find out if your kitten requires special treatment straight away. It’s critical that you don’t put this off for the sake of everyone’s health in your family, including the new kitty.