Adopt A Kitten When Looking For A New Pet

kitten on a white backgroundAre you interested in getting a new cat for your family and home? If so, you might want to consider the idea to adopt a kitten. Believe it or not, but adopting a kitten can come with a lot of benefits. In this article, we will be discussing some of the major benefits that you get when you adopt one instead of purchase one.


The actual cost of adopting a kitten is likely to be significantly less than it would cost to actually purchase a kitten from a pet store. This is because adoption places are usually non profits. Meaning, they are not trying to really make a profit off of the sale of the animal. Rather, they are more focused on helping and saving more animals in the future. Most adoption agencies for kittens will only charge you money for future vaccinations for other kittens or perhaps simply make you pay for the vaccinations for the kitten you adopt.

Also, a lot of the cats in shelters have already been spayed or even neutered. This is another additional cost that you may be able to avoid having to pay. This means that you are going to be able to save a good amount of money which you can then use to purchase necessary cat supplies. After all, having a cat can be quite expensive.

Already Adjusted

A lot of kittens that have been sheltered with other animals have the added advantage in that they are likely already used to and familiar with other animals and other types of animals. It can be difficult to introduce new kittens to different animals and different types of animals. Because the cat has already gone through the process, you do not have to worry about it.

Personally Rewarding

It can be very personally rewarding to be able to adopt and save a kitten’s life. You are essentially giving a kitten a chance by adopting them. A lot of people do not realize what happens to kittens that do not get adopted in time. Some of them are put down, and others suffer from being sheltered their entire lives. When you adopt a pet, you can be sure that you saved them from a miserable life.

happy kid feeding kittenHealthier

Believe it or not, a kitten in a shelter is healthier than kittens from a breeder or pet store. This is because a lot of breeders try to take advantage of the animals and unsuspecting buyers by breeding as many cats as possible with no regard to the safety or health of their animals. By purchasing a kitten from a bad breeder, you are simply encouraging more of the behavior. There are many pet stores that purchase kittens from breeders willing to sell at the lowest possible price. These breeders take short cuts and they make concessions that can severely and negatively impact the health of their kittens. Whereas, a shelter’s sole purpose is to keep the animal healthy and to focus on their best interests.

If you want a new cat, you should considering trying to adopt a kitten instead of buying one. There are plenty of