SOUTH AFRICA, MAY 2018: Adopting a tiny kitten is a magical experience, it literally takes seconds after introducing the curious little feline to your home that you realise two things: firstly, cats are Laugh Out Loud adorable, and secondly, you’re needing to learn a whole lot more about your little kitty. That’s why WHISKAS® has made the Kitten Kollege syllabus available to all South Africans.
The esteemed and prestigious international institute of feline education offers a broad curriculum for kitten owners. No matter what topic you’re curious about the Kitten Kollege has a class for you.
Currently, the illustrious Kitten Kollege offers classes on just some of the following subject matters:
- Your kitten’s guide to taking over the world
- The diverse breeds of kittens and their characteristics
- Introducing your kitten to other pets in your home
- Basic cat needs
- How to care for your kitten’s health
- Choosing the right kitten and kitten-proofing your house to make it safe for them
- Why you should train your kitten from an early age
- Preparing your human child for your new furry family member
So, if you’re interested in graduating in Kitten Care, or getting ahead on Curious Cat Conversations, this tertiary institution has a course to ensure you’re enriching and nurturing your kitten’s curiosity throughout their journey.
Satisfy that cat-like curiosity (and learn a little more about it too) by signing up for the FREE educational and endlessly entertaining Kitty Modules with WHISKAS® Kitten Kollege.
Please see below a link to the 1st Kitten Kollege YouTube video:
Disclaimer: The information produced by Infurmation is provided for general and educational purposes only and does not constitute any legal, medical or other professional advice on any subject matter. These statements are not intended to diagnose, treat or cure any disease. Always seek the advice of your vet or other qualified health care provider prior to starting any new diet or treatment and with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. If you suspect that your pet has a medical problem, promptly contact your health care provider.