Yes, create a banner that says welcome up (Put Cat Name Here) and paste it up so when the cat comes in he/she will see it and smile. Well, the cat may not give a rats poo about the banner, but at least it will make the welcome more exciting.
2. Don't Let The Kitty Escape
Can you imagine you carried home a new cut and release him in your home and in 5 minutes the cat runs through some hole and makes its way out in the yard and gets picked up by the local neighborhood owl? Ensure that your home is cat proof. Seal and block off areas where the cat may find a away outside the home.
3. Introduce To Family
If the cat is coming in an environment where a family exist. Make sure that all family members know about the cat and is introduced to the feline. After all, you don't want your cat to be surprised by some unknown face and end up calling 119.
4. Get The Cat a Bed
Where the heck are you going to put your cat to sleep? Are you planning to let your cat or kitten sleep in the bed? Well guess what, that is a bad idea. Because the feline will grow up thinking that the bed belongs to him/her and having someone else or a new baby sleep in the bed may develop into problems. Ensure that you have a spot marked out with a nice kitty bed in a comfy area your kitty will sleep.
5. Get The Cat a Toy
Will you be the ball of yarn or the round up mouse your kitty will be boxing and chasing all over the carpet? Nah, you probably wont be. So when you are welcoming home your kitty cat, ensure that the cat has at least two or three cat toys to occupy it's time and curiosity.
6. Feed The Kitty Cat
Yes, cats need food. When you bring home a new cat or kitten, ensure that you have the right diet prepared for the animal as a hungry cat is not a good singer. Contrary to what television portrays about cat and milk, it is not one of their favorite foods and should probably left out of your new cat's diet. But if the cat is a kitten, you can give them a few ounces of milk until they are capable of eating wet foods like tuna.
7. Where to Poop
If you don't provide somewhere for the cat to poop, it will. Set up a litter box in an area where there are little to know foot walks. You cat don't want to be surprised by some cheesy toes while doing a number 2.
8. Get Your Grooming Kit
Prepare for the works of pet ownership. Ensure that you have a cat grooming kit ready to ensure that your cat is well kept and not looking like it just raided a garbage can in brooklyn.
9. Get The Cat Vet Checked
get your cat to the vet and ensure that all necessary health risks are looked at.
10. Give The Cat All The love It Deserves.
Once your bring that new cat through the door. It is now apart of the family and should be treated as such. Give the animal al the love and care it deserves from you its companion.