Top Persian Kitten Products
Top Persian Kitten Products: Food, Calming Diffuser & Vitamin Treats
We have created a list of our Top Persian Kitten Products.
Remember, never change the kitten’s diet for at least the first 60 days after they arrive in their new home.
(We have provided links to the exact products online since so much of the packaging can look the same in the stores.)
Question: What type of kitten food do you feed at your cattery?
Answer: We feed Nutro Kitten food here at our cattery.
Question: What type of wet cat food do you feed at your cattery?
Answer: The ONLY type of wet food we serve our kitties is Fancy Feast Medleys. We recommend waiting until 1 year of age before introducing wet food to the kitties.
Feliway Calming Diffuser
Question: Are there any products you suggest to help my new kitty cope with stress during the re-homing process?
Answer: Yes, there sure is. I know it is a lot for the kitties to understand as they transition from our home into yours, so addressing that stress is vital to their health. We highly recommend the Feliway Calming Dispenser. (We keep ours plugged in and going year-round.)
A drug-free solution for cats & kittens that helps reduce signs of stress, including scratching, urine spraying, hiding, and changes in their environment.
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Rescue Remedy is also another fantastic product to address stress when re-homing kitties.
VetriScience Vetri-Lysine Plus Chicken Liver Flavored Soft Chews
Lysine is a vital part of all Persian’s respiratory health. Always be sure to give your new kitty Lysine treats every day to keep their sinus passages clear and eyes bright & clean.
Re-homing is much harder on the fur babies, so please help keep stress to a minimum. Do not change their diet or type of litter. Keep plenty of warm blankets in the pet carrier when transferring the kitty outdoors. We recommend using the ThermaPet Cat Mat inside the carrier. This unique mat transfers your cat’s own natural body heat back to them. Always give your kitty Rescue Remedy drops before traveling.
Drape a throw over the carrier to reduce drafts and unnecessary stress from too much stimulation.