We just added a kitten to the Bargain Hunter household, and as we are new to the whole cat owning world we have had to do some fast learning as cats can be expensive, so stuff like get the vet to write you a prescription for medicine and buy it online as it’s cheaper, look out for a kitten starter pack service at your vets (includes microchip, vaccines, insurance for a month etc) and buy discount supermarkets’s premium food. To get more tips, I asked some UK money saving bloggers to help me (and you) to save some money, and this is their advice and some awesome pictures of their furbabies.
Don’t ignore pet insurance
Claire from www.themoneyfreak.co.uk says always have pet insurance, as it can cost …
Just like when a baby comes home with you and there are things you need ready to make the arrival easier…cot, nappies, bedding etc, the same is true for bringing home your new kitten.
There are so many things to buy, you could spend hundreds, but I asked my friend who owns four cats for her advice. Using Amazon often means quick delivery and you can read the reviews too, making it easier to decide if you need them all straight away and whether others think it’s a good buy. I have also added other retailers where I have seen an offer or think the product is worthy of a mention.
Scratch posts are a must
Cats scratch. There is nothing you can do to change that. The idea of declawing is abhorrent to me, …