The day you get your new Kitten / Cat, you will be wanting to play with them for every second of the day. Just a few things to keep in mind to make your animal settle in just perfectly.
Bring her home in a cat carrier. It will feel safer to her and safer for you while driving. Stop off in the Vets on your way home to organise the vaccinations, neutering, micro chipping that your cat will need.
Here’s an image of one if you aren’t sure what they look like.
Put her into her new room and leave her for 15 minutes. Sit on the floor and let her come to you. Don’t force her. Just let her get acquainted on her own time
Be sure to change her water frequently and make sure that she is drinking. Always leave water and dry food out for your cat. If your cat hasn’t eaten for a few days, call your vet to ask for advice.
It may take your cat a week or two to adjust. Be patient.
Homemade toys are often favored. A wad of rolled up tinfoil to bat around or a paper bag or box to hide in can be fun. This can keep them amused for hours.