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|Name: Jack - Breed: Jack Russell - Age: 3 years - Gender: Male|
|Jack is about 3 years old. We are hoping he will find his forever home soon. He is typical terrier always up to mischief and full of energy. He loves his toys and going for a walks and would love a home where he will get loads of attention and love. Click here to find out more about Jack and the rest of the animals available to adopt!|
As you get to know your cat it will become easy to tell when it is feeling well and when it is not. Particular things to pay attention to are:
The Language of the Cat
Specific call sounds can indicate the need for food or to go outside.
Cats will rub themselves against your legs when they are confident and secure with you.
Frightened cats will hiss or spit at enemies! Accompanied by an arched back and bushy tail.
Looking after your new kitten
Kittens have a very small stomach which means you only feed small amounts at regular intervals. To start with - try giving four or five small meals a day and reduce it to two meals by the time the kitten is six months old. If you have other cats you should feed these separately and always feed cats separately from dogs.