Keeping Your Cat Safe From Deadly Diseases

 

Our love affair with having cats as a pet dates back many years. Being a cat owner is an enjoyable venture in life. Keep reading to learn more about cat care.

Cats love to squeeze into tiny spaces. If they have a collar on, this might prove to be a safety risk if they happen to get stuck. Put a breakaway collar on instead. This will help you save your cat’s life.

Spray bitter apple on electrical cords to keep cats away from them. Cords should be covered, especially if your cat tends to chew on them. Any loose cords should be bundled up and placed in things like paper towel rolls. Any electronic item not in use should be stored away where the cat can’t get to it.

Some cats like to scratch up floors and furniture. If you are having problems with your cat clawing up furniture, then purchase a scratching post or kitty tower. They can scratch this instead. This solution might take time to take, but it will help in the end.

Don’t allow your cat to get bored too often. Cats need to play and get regular exercise. But many cat owners ignore that need. Bored cats can really be a problem. They can have health issues, OCD, and even depression. Give them enough space to exercise in, with fun toys to keep them entertained. Indoor cats will appreciate having a structure they can climb on or a dedicated scratching post.

Your cat needs attention and a lot of affection. They are very loving animals and deserve affection back. Like most people, cats like to socialize and feel that they are included in the family. This will increase the love that surrounds the family.

Be especially mindful of your cat’s ears when you take them on a trip. You may enjoy it, but it could be hurting your cat’s ears. Therefore, try lowering your music or turning it off in order for your cat to enjoy the trip more.

When you buy a small kitty for your children, set the boundaries ahead of time. Make sure the children know where the cat is and is not allowed to roam. They should know that indoor cats can’t go outside. By making the rules well known to your children, your children will understand what is and is not allowed.

Think twice before letting your cat outside. Being outside all the time is not safe for a cat. The cat can get fleas or something much worse. Your cat may be targeted by another animal, or get injured by a vehicle or another person. Cage in an area for a cat in your backyard if they must go outside.

Cats are very popular as pets in nearly every corner of the globe. You have to work hard to keep them healthy and entertained. Keep this information handy, so that you can refer back to it from time to time. It is very likely that your feline companion will be very thankful.…