Caring 4 Kittens
 
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Getting Started


Kitten-Proofing your Home




KITCHEN
Chicken bones in garbage
Roast beef strings
Anything with grease on it
Hot stove or pots
Getting shut in refrigerator or dishwasher
Getting into/under counters, or behind fridge
Cleaning chemicals on floor or counter with water)

BATHROOM
Toilet (kittens can fall in)
Toilet bowl chemicals
Alcohol, first-aid supplies, makeup, aspirin, medications
Dental floss/Q-tips in trash basket
Bathroom appliances (unplug cords; danger of shock

LAUNDRY ROOM
Getting shut in washer or dryer
Poisoning from licking soap or bleach off fur
Falling ironing board or iron

BEDROOMS
Perfume (poison), small jewelry
Small toys and pacifiers
Deflated balloons and their strings

LIVING ROOM AND FAMILY ROOM
Crushed by recliner or rocker
Television & stereo cords (Bitter Apple spray, metal clips, aluminum foil, tubing)
Fireplaces (keep screens up & flue closed)
Tippy lamps and breakables

DINING ROOM
Candles (never leave unattended)
Leftovers (food and drinks)
Unsecured shelving
Strings on window blinds
Breakable glassware

BASEMENTS AND GARAGES
Antifreeze, all kinds of gardening toxins
Crushed under garage door
Falling tools
Running or sleeping under car
Sleeping in car engine or on tires
Darting out the garage door

BALCONY
Must have secure walls, including tops
Call us for suggestions on materials
Use covers against cat hair

HOME OFFICE
Secure electrical cords
Protect equipment against jumping kittens
Paper clips, rubber bands, White



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