Devon Rex naomi donalson

FEEDING GUIDELINES

Cats love their food to be a temperature that you would find to col to enjoy when it is labeled as warm food.Make sure that the food you are feeding them does not cause them to itch or become constipated. Furthermore, it is important to introduce new foods one at a time and make sure that they try it for a week before introducing something new. When it comes to treats you could consider giving them a small chunk of cooked chicken, steak, or turkey in tiny bites. Additionally, you also have the option of giving them a rounded tablespoon of some type of vegetable such as green beans, squash, pumpkin, peas, or carrots. Alternatively, another treat option could be melon, apple, or peaches cut into small bites.Overall, you will want to make sure that you stay away from anything that contains onions, however, because this is very bad for cats. Additionally, also stay away from anything that has citrus fruits or is highly acidic.

GROOMING AND CARE

Devon Rex Variants grow longer nails more quickly than most other cat breeds. Your kitten's claws have been kept clipped, human nail clippers work well. Because all cat claws are clear it is straightforward identifying the quick and cutting to avoid this.If your kitten develops any eye discharge gently swab it from the nose side outwards; never use the same swab more than once. Bathing in the other direction can spread any infection to the other eye.It’s a good idea to keep a Devon Rex as an indoor-only cat to protect him from diseases spread by other cats, attacks by dogs or coyotes, and the other dangers that face cats who go outdoors, such as being hit by a car.

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