Munchkin Cat Adoption

We recommend that you keep Munchkin (or any cat) before buying a kitten from a breeder. There are millions of homeless cats across the country, many of them are native and in need of homes. Adopting Munchkin can be life-changing – not only for a cat but also for an adopter.

Tips for the first day with the New Munchkin Cat / Munchkin Kitten

There are many things you can do on the first day. It’s easy to adopt your new Munchkin kitten / Munchkin cat in your home. Upon arrival, select a quiet, closed area, such as your bedroom or small room out of the main pedestrian movement. Install it with the litter box, bed, food, and water.

  • If you adopt an adult night cat, make sure that this “departure.
  • room” has closed screens, or leave windows completely closed.
  • Possible, make the departure room the permanent location of the litter box. 
  • You are planning to get your permanent garbage bin location elsewhere, you will need two garbage bin boxes.

Please consider the benefits of keeping your new munchkin cat always indoor-outdoor cats exposed to diseases, fighting cats, killed by dogs and other wild animals, and hit cars. If you have other pets, don’t introduce a new pet right away.

Introducing Munchkin Cats & Munchkin Kittens

Depending on their age and their characters. It may take days or months to merge the dependence of your new cat or your small cats with your family’s animals. In general, the simplest introduction would be the new younger, younger, and the opposite sex, but it really depends on the characters and experiences of the cats involved.

 First of all, always make sure that each Munchkin cat is healthy so as not to spread the disease. It is essential to neutralize/sterilize all shallowly inserted cats, ideally two to four weeks before the foreground, so that the hormone levels have time to calm down.

The first step is to confine the new cat to a room in a litter box, food, water, and a bed. Feed your current cat (plush) and the newcomer on either side of the door to this room. After 7 to 10 days today, the isolation period ends and the new piece of munchkin is healthy, you can proceed to the next steps.

Best choice adopt a Munchkin cat from Cats Protection

Our goal is to ensure that all cats and kittens under our care are ready for your new home. When adopting a munchkin cat with munchkin protection, you can make sure it is found:

How to Plan for a Cat-Friendly Schedule

How much time your new cat adoption will really need to be dependent on the type of cat? including but not limited to the breed, age, amount of previous training, other pets & people in your home. Matching the time a cat will take to the amount of time you want to spend on yours. Cat is a very important part of finding your new best friend.

A good first step is to really think about your daily routine. How much free time do you spend each day ready to devote to the care, training, and concern for adopting your new cat in the coming months, and then for how long for this cat? For social pets like birds, rabbits, and cats, the time you spend just “spending time with yourself” while watching a movie or reading a book is also important!

Cats and puppies vary the most in their time requirements, ranging from an adult, already-trained, mellow breed, to a high-energy puppy that would love a jogging companion and another high-energy cat friend. Be prepared to spend at about 3-4 hours a day with a single adult cat and more time for kittens.