New Year’s Resolutions for Kittens

New Year’s Resolutions for Kittens

Are you starting the new year out with a kitten? Congratulations! You’re bound to have some adorable moments with your new feline pal in 2016. Little Fluffy has a big year ahead of her. In fact, if cats could make resolutions, your kitten would probably pick some great goals to achieve this year. Below, a local Marin County, CA vet offers a few possibilities for some resolutions kittens may make.

Figure Out What My Tail Is For

Cats do many adorable things, but one of little Fluffy’s most charming habits is chasing her tail. What is that fluffy thing for? Kittens may very well want to figure this out in 2016.

Perfect My Jumping

Your baby furball has lots of things to learn, and many things to master, in the coming months. In addition to getting the hang of jumping onto laps, chairs, and beds, little Fluffy may also want to work on the pre-pounce butt wiggle, the proper way to attack a catnip mouse, and, of course, just looking cute.


Kitties have definitely earned their reputation as top-notch nappers. Your kitten could spend up to 16 hours a day sleeping. Being adorable is very hard work!


It often doesn’t take baby felines long to think of their owners as human parents. (There’s a good chance that cats actually see us as staff, but that’s beside the point.) Your furry little pal will want lots of love and cuddles, and will very likely want to snuggle with you at every chance she can. What a purrfect goal!


Your kitten will want to investigate every nook and cranny of her new home. Keep little Fluffy safe by carefully kittenproofing your home. Keep wires; small objects, such as buttons; plastic bags; medicine; toxic plants; chemicals; and other potential hazards well out of your frisky furball’s reach. Ask your vet for more information.

Grow Into A Happy, Healthy Big Cat

You can certainly help little Fluffy achieve this goal! First and foremost, proper veterinary care is very important. Your tiny furball will need her initial examinations, as well as vaccines to protect her from dangerous diseases like rabies and feline leukemia. Spay/neuter surgery, microchipping, and parasite control are also in order.

Please contact us, your local Marin County, CA veterinary clinic, for all your kitten’s veterinary care needs in 2016. We are here to help!

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