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Playing is important to your pet’s development
As your kitten begins to play, start visiting her more regularly. Play helps introduce young kittens to their environment. When kittens are four to eight weeks of age, socialisation to humans is extremely important. Frequent handling and petting of the young kitten can make it more responsive to her owner when she becomes an adult cat.



Introducing a young kitten to many people is important in socialising kittens to humans. This seems to lessen their fear of strangers as adult cats. Kittens should also be introduced to children and children should be shown how to pet them. A kitten not socialised with children may reject them after it has matured.



 The more human contact the better
Interact with kittens as soon as possible. Studies show that a litter of kittens born in a location inaccessible to humans will, as early as two to three weeks, hiss at humans. A litter of kittens from the same mother, if handled daily, will not react fearfully. Some research suggests that handling kittens each day during the first month of their lives may improve their learning ability.



Kittens tend to react more readily to humans when the mother cat is present. The belief is that she does not send alarming signals to her kittens and her presence reassures them.

Research suggests handling kittens very early in life accelerates their development. Siamese kittens handled 20 minutes each day during their first 30 days of life opened their eyes earlier and emerged from their nesting box earlier than littermates not handled that way.