This was actually on the front page of msn.com yesterday, the link led to Popsugar.com Beth Stern knows her stuff when it comes to taking care of cats. She's partnered with North Shore Animal League for years to help promote animal adoption, even going as far as fostering cats in her own home she shares with her husband, Howard Stern. Over the past two years alone, the couple has rescued, fostered, nurtered, and found homes for over 200 cats and kittens. Beth said she's active in the adoption process, once her kittens are healthy enough and old enough to be adopted out. She prescreens all the families and hand-delivers the kittens herself. She said she even keeps in touch after that to make sure everything goes smoothly for everyone. So because she is such an expert, we wanted to know from her what her top three rules for raising kittens would be, and this is what she told us. Rule 1: Feed the kittens regularly. Beth said, "I feed my kittens five times a day, no matter what age they are." Rule 2: Make sure the kittens get plenty of play time. "That’s when my husband comes in, and I let them crawl all over him — they love his hair," Beth said. Rule 3: Because Beth's foster kittens will eventually have new families, she wants to have them on as regular of a schedule as she can, which includes sleeping. "Lights are out at 9 p.m. and up at 5:30 to 6 a.m. every night," she said.