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WHAT DOES YOUR KITTEN NEED? When bringing a kitten into your home, it’s best to make sure you’re prepared. That will help create a smooth transition that is less stressful for your new cat. Here is a rundown of supplies you’ll need to prepare in advance. We think you’ll find that when you’re prepared, you’ll have more time left to bond. When hitting the road, you'll need to transport your kitten in a carrier. This will keep her safe and provide a sense of security. Travelling can be scary for a kitten, so make sure the carrier is roomy and well-ventilated. Try lining the bottom with a towel from her former home or shelter to comfort her with a familiar scent. And make sure your carrier is secure and easy to clean. FOOD AND WATER BOWLS Your kitten has lots of energy, so select bowls that won't tip over too easily. Some kittens are allergic to plastic, so opt for a different material like easy-to-clean stainless steel. You'll want to wash her food and water bowls daily to keep things fresh. Plenty of clean, fresh water on hand is key for a kitten too. LITTER BOX Make sure the box is roomy to prevent scattering litter around the house. You'll also need to buy cat litter and a scoop or strainer to remove soiled bits. A clean litter box is key because your kitten will avoid using a messy, smelly one. Wash her pan once a week with soap and water. It is best not to use strong disinfectants (containing ammonia); they aren’t necessary and may offend your kitten’s sensitive nose. Use a mild disinfectant such as bleach and water on the litter box about once a month, putting the box outdoors to dry in the fresh air, if possible. Always wash your hands thoroughly after handling. IMPORTANT: Humans may contract an organism called toxoplasma from cat feces while cleaning out the litter box. Wear gloves while changing your kitten’s litter and always wash your hands afterwards. Pregnant women should be especially cautious and consider asking another family member to clean the litter box. This is because toxoplasmosis can cause severe birth defects. We recommend that a non-pregnant family member clean and change the litter box. BED Most kittens like to have their own place to rest, but don’t be disappointed if she chooses to ignore her new bed. Until you see what your kitten’s preferences are, you may not want to spend a lot of money on a fancy wicker basket or plush bed. Begin with a simple, cardboard “bed.” Get a roomy cardboard box with sides high enough to keep out drafts. Cut out a doorway. Line the box with an old cushion and cover with soft, washable material for warmth. If possible, use an old sweatshirt for a lining. Your scent will be comforting and encourage her to use her new space. Cats are very particular, so make sure the bedding is always clean. Place the bed in a quiet, draft-free corner away from the main traffic in your house. This will be your kitten’s corner. SCRATCHING POST Contrary to popular belief, cats do not use a scratching post to sharpen their claws. They use it for exercise (to stretch out to their full length), to clean away dead scales from their nails, and to mark their territory, both visually and with their scent. Get a scratching post right away to help train your kitten early. The scratching post should be sturdy and tall enough to let your kitten stretch out, full length. Train your kitten to use the scratching post as soon as she comes home. Encourage her to use her post by playing with her often, near or around it. She’ll get the idea quickly. Then when she gets the urge to stretch, hopefully she’ll use the post instead of your furniture. Try to place your kitten's bed and scratching post close together so she learns to use it when she first wakes up and needs a stretch. COLLAR, HARNESS, & LEASH A cat harness or leash can be a great training tool for your kitten, though they're not a must. If you're already thinking along these lines, a harness is probably best, as kittens often dislike the feeling of a leash. However, make sure your kitten always wears a collar made of lightweight material and an identification tag. Have her wear one early on, to get her used to the sensation. GROOMING TOOLS Grooming helps keep your kitten healthy and beautiful. You'll need both a flea comb and a brush, though the type of brush you use depends on the texture and length of your kitten's coat. Ask your veterinarian or groomer to recommend one that's right for you. TOYS A kitten is naturally curious and needs toys that are safe and fun to play with. Choose toys made especially for cats—ones that cannot be splintered, torn apart or swallowed. A celluloid ball that rattles, a catnip mouse or a hard rubber mouse is perfect. To avoid accidents, some cat toys should be used only when you are playing with your kitten. Toys don’t need to be store bought. Use your imagination. Some great play-things include: Table tennis ball Empty wooden thread spool Unshelled walnut Balled-up waxed paper Cardboard toilet paper tube Empty shoe box Some items you may be tempted to give your kitten could be harmful. Keep the following away from your kitten: Balls of string Spools of thread Rubber bands Balls of aluminum foil or cellophane Corks Wire twist ties Also avoid anything with hard sharp points that can break off. Be wary of toys (or items that a kitten may see as a toy) that can break, such as Christmas tree ornaments for example. Be careful not to give her anything small enough to swallow, like buttons, beads or paper clips. Keep your kitten away from children’s toys made of soft rubber, fur, wool, sponge or polyurethane. If your kitten swallows even a small particle, it could cause digestive problems. Avoid all toys with squeakers that could be swallowed. We hope this list helped prepare you to make your home a happy place for your cat.

MENA ENGINEERING   This kitten is adorable

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EVENTUS   That kitten is adorable! Made my day.

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ORGANIC LIFE   Such a long article )))

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FUTURE LEARN   So nice. thanks for sharing

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GARAGE   Pleasure to read! Keep going

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UNIVERSAL BABY   Thanks for sharing! That's a nice article.

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PETS LOVE   You are welcome :) Enjoy

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How to take care of your little gang of puppies? Puppies are without a doubt some of the most adorable things on the planet. Parenting a new puppy, however, is no walk in the park. Here’s a guide to help you care for the new addition to the family. When the time comes to finally bring your new puppy home for the first time, you can pretty much count on three things: unbridled joy, cleaning up your puppy’s accidents, and a major lifestyle adjustment. As you’ll soon learn, a growing puppy needs much more than a food bowl and a doghouse to thrive. And while it may be a lot of work initially, it’s well worth the effort. Establishing good and healthy habits in those first few sleep-deprived weeks will lay the foundation for many dog-years of happiness for you and your puppy. 1. Find a Good Vet The first place you and your new puppy should go together is, you guessed it, straight to the vet for a checkup. This visit will not only help ensure that your puppy is healthy and free of serious health issues, birth defects, etc., but it will help you take the first steps toward a good preventive health routine. If you don’t have a vet already, ask friends for recommendations. If you got your dog from a shelter, ask their advice as they may have veterinarians they swear by. Local dog walkers and groomers are also a great source of ideas. 2. Make the Most of Your First Vet Visit Ask your vet which puppy foods he or she recommends, how often to feed, and what portion size to give your pup. Set up a vaccination plan with your vet. Discuss safe options for controlling parasites, both external and internal. Learn which signs of illness to watch for during your puppy’s first few months. Ask about when you should spay or neuter your dog. 3. Shop for Quality Food Your puppy’s body is growing in critical ways which is why you’ll need to select a food that’s formulated especially for puppies as opposed to adult dogs. Look for a statement from the Association of American Feed Control Officials (AAFCO) on the packaging to ensure that the food you choose will meet your pup’s nutritional requirements. Small and medium-sized breeds can make the leap to adult dog food between 9 and 12 months of age. Large breed dogs should stick with puppy kibbles until they reach 2-years-old. Make sure your puppy has fresh and abundant water available at all times. Feed multiple times a day: Age 6-12 weeks – 4 meals per day Age 3-6 months – 3 meals per day Age 6-12 months – 2 meals per day 4. Establish a Bathroom Routine Because puppies don’t take kindly to wearing diapers, housetraining quickly becomes a high priority on most puppy owners’ list of must-learn tricks. According to the experts, your most potent allies in the quest to housetrain your puppy are patience, planning, and plenty of positive reinforcement. In addition, it’s probably not a bad idea to put a carpet-cleaning battle plan in place, because accidents will happen. Until your puppy has had all of her vaccinations, you’ll want to find a place outdoors that’s inaccessible to other animals. This helps reduce the spread of viruses and disease. Make sure to give lots of positive reinforcement whenever your puppy manages to potty outside and, almost equally important, refrain from punishing her when she has accidents indoors. Knowing when to take your puppy out is almost as important as giving her praise whenever she does eliminate outdoors. Here’s a list of the most common times to take your puppy out to potty. When you wake up. Right before bedtime. Immediately after your puppy eats or drinks a lot of water. When your puppy wakes up from a nap. During and after physical activity. 5. Watch For Early Signs of Illness For the first few months, puppies are more susceptible to sudden bouts of illnesses that can be serious if not caught in the early stages. If you observe any of the following symptoms in your puppy, it’s time to contact the vet. Lack of appetite Poor weight gain Vomiting Swollen of painful abdomen Lethargy (tiredness) Diarrhea Difficulty breathing Wheezing or coughing Pale gums Swollen, red eyes or eye discharge Nasal discharge Inability to pass urine or stool 6. Teach Obedience By teaching your puppy good manners, you’ll set your puppy up for a life of positive social interaction. In addition, obedience training will help forge a stronger bond between you and your puppy. Teaching your pup to obey commands such as sit, stay, down, and come will not only impress your friends, but these commands will help keep your dog safe and under control in any potentially hazardous situations. Many puppy owners find that obedience classes are a great way to train both owner and dog. Classes typically begin accepting puppies at age 4 to 6 months. Tip: Keep it positive. Positive reinforcement, such as small treats, has been proven to be vastly more effective than punishment. 7. Be Sociable Just like obedience training, proper socialization during puppyhood helps avoid behavioral problems down the road. At approximately 2 to 4 months of age, most puppies begin to accept other animals, people, places, and experiences. Socialization classes are an excellent way to rack up positive social experiences with your puppy. Just be sure to ask your vet about what kind of interaction is OK at this stage.

EVENTUS   Great tips!

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AGRO COMPANY   Ohhh such a lovely ones!

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I LOVE FASHION   Thanks for tips. well noted!

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About us

The company was established in 2010 and has evolved considerably since then. The founder has vast experience in the industry and as soon as the company came to life she started recruiting the team. Company has been operating in Dubai since then but now we’re expanding in the MENA region.

Services and goods are offered with a ‘’Customer Focus’’ strategy in mind. Customers come first and this is why we always aim towards excellent customer service, great products and impeccable public relations.

Being on ZAZA platform brought more visibility for the company. Since registering we
Have increased our brand awareness, the visibility of our deals, found clients through Deal Generator and putting all our best offers in the Ads Dashboard.

We offer quality products and services but we are always open to improve. Our customers come above all. The mission of the company itself is: ‘’ You come first’’!

Our team is creative, we love to learn, collaborate and create. creativity makes us happy. We truly believe in the transformative power of loving what you do and its ability to simplify communications, elevate experiences, engage and inspire people everywhere. Good work and good relationships come from collaboration. We're excited to start a visual dialogue, learn about you, and make something beautiful together.

The strategy of the business, after expanding in the region, is to increase our number of employees and offices in the surrounding countries. We started in Dubai because Dubai’s strategy goes along with ours: being excellent in what we do and bring happiness to people’s lives.

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Linda Miles
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Lay Chang
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Love what these guys do! All the best, dedicated work always pays off!
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Best service you can get! This team is amazing. Very satisfied!
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We are in partnership already for last 3 years and we are always happy with the outcome of our dual teamwork. Wish you more success and more happy clients!
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We just closed the deal with Pets Love. We are extremely satisfied! Professional and very cooperative Team. Such a pleasure to deal with them!
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Love what these guys do! All the best, dedicated work always pays off!
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Best service you can get! This team is amazing. Very satisfied!
12.09.2018
We are in partnership already for last 3 years and we are always happy with the outcome of our dual teamwork. Wish you more success and more happy clients!
12.09.2018
We love the service that we receive here! Impeccable really. We are reccomending it to our students.
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We just closed the deal with Pets Love. We are extremely satisfied! Professional and very cooperative Team. Such a pleasure to deal with them!
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You are doing great job! Please keep it up!
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This company is really the top in professionalism, they are quick, they do quality job and are very dedicated to their clients. Would absolutely recommend. All the best.
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The team is very helpful and customer oriented. Such a pleasure dealing with them.
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