||[Mar. 11th, 2006|09:44 pm]
The Question Club
I just went to pick out two baby kittens for myself and my brother!! They're two weeks old, and we'll be taking them home four weeks from today, so we'll get them when they're 6 weeks old. My brother and I have never had kittens this young, so I was wondering how best to take care of them. What will they need? They're going to be spayed/neutered and declawed (yes, I know, bad thing, but that's one of the conditions of getting to keep the kittens), if that makes any difference. How do I keep them entertained? Do I need to bathe them? How much will they need to sleep at six months old? What kind of food should we get? Things of that nature.
Also, I'm going to New York for the first time during Spring Break. What do I need to know about New York? All I ever hear from people who go to New York is that their wallets get stolen, or they get mugged, or raped, or something negative. But not every native New Yorker gets their wallet stolen, stuff like that, so they've got to be doing SOMETHING right. What do I need to do to keep it positive?
Thanks very much!
EDIT: Ok, it's 11:40pm here, and I've got church tomorrow, so I'm going to bed now. I'll continue arguing with you all in the morning. Until then, how about doing something constructive, such as giving ALTERNATIVES to declawing, rather than just saying OMGYOUHEARTLESSBITCHDONTGETCATS! Thanks.