Making your home safe without realizing it, there are many dangers that exist inside your home, and oversights can jeopardize your kitten's safety.

New habits and certain arrangements will help you to protect your kitten from possible household accidents.  By kitten-proofing now, you can avoid a lot of the heartache later.  Just as you would with a baby, you need to make sure the whole house is safe from anything dangerous to the kitten.  By getting down at the kitten's level you can assess potential hazards.

Hide any exposed electrical wires.
Put all pesticides, weed and rat killers and all medications out or reach of the kitten's
Put away small items such as rubber  bands, string, needles, pulled staples embedded in carpets, etc.
Don't leave plastic  bags or things made out of foam laying around.
Close the trash can lid and toilet seat cover. 
Watch when you pull the trash compactor drawer out as the will dart in that small space behind.
Be careful with hot irons
Many household plants are toxic to cats, research history on your plants.

Kittens have a tendency to lurk in cupboards, drawers and laundry baskets,  keep doors and lids to washing machine and dryers closed.

Look for possible hiding places to minimize the risk of accidents.
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ASPARAGUS FERN (also called emerald feather, emerald fern, sprengeri fern, plumosa fern, and lace fern).
CORN PLANT (also known as cornstalk plant, dracaena, dragon tree, and ribbon plant).
DIEFFENBACHIA (commonly known as dumb cane, tropic snow, and exotica).
ELEPHANT EAR (also known as caladium, taro, pai, ape, cape, via, via sori, and Malanga).
LILIES, many plants of the lily family are  considered toxic to cats.  Cats are the only animals in which the Easter and stargazer lilies are known to  be toxic.  The peace lily (also known as Mauna Loa is toxic).
CYCLAMEN (also known as sowbread) is a pretty, flowering plant.
HEARTLEAF PHILODENDRON (also known as horsehead philodendron, cordatum, fiddle-leaf, panda plant, split-leaf philodendron, fruit salad plant, red emerald, red princess, and saddle leaf) is a common easy-to-grow houseplant that is toxic to dogs and cats.
JADE PLANT (also known as baby jade, dwart rubber plant, jade tree, Chinese rubber plant and friendship tree).
ALOE PLANT (also known as medicine plant and Barbados aloe) is a common succulent plant.
SATIN POTHOS (also known as silk pothos)
Acetaminophen can be toxic to dogs and cats, but cats are 7 to 10 times more susceptiblde to toxicity than dogs are.
Once swallowed, acetaminophen reaches the blood stream within 30 minutes: toxic effects are rapid and damage to the liver and red blood cells quickly.
Never give a medication intended for people to your pet unless instructed to do so by your veterinarian.