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The Cat Lovers Guide To Healthy Pets

Guest 16 15th Feb, 2020

                                           
                         There are some purchases that justify spending the extra dollar and what your cat eats is definitely one of them. The difference between the "good food" and the "cheap food" is phenomenal. Just stick with buying the natural, healthy food from the beginning and you won't ever have to worry about a picky kitten.
 A heated tile can be positioned beneath the bed of a mature cat. You should heat a terra cotta tile with your oven, at about 200 degrees, for around fifteen minutes. Put it inside a cloth and place underneath your feline's blanket or bed. Replace it every three hours or so.
 For a healthier, happier cat choose plain litter over scented litter. Cats like nice, clean, clumping cat litter. Scoop your cats litter box daily and change it completely every three days or so. When you change the box, wash it out with water and dish soap. Don't waste your money on liners as cats tend to destroy them.
 Protect your cat from strangling by making sure the cords of curtains and blinds are secured and out of reach. When you make or purchase a dangly toy for your cat, be sure to supervise during play. Put the toy away if you will not be around to watch.
 Cats love to much on grass and plants such as catnip. There are plants however that are poisonous to cats. http://starwoodanimaltransport.co.uk and holly are beautiful and common around the Holidays, but can be very toxic to cats. Other plants that are toxic or lethal include lilies, rhubarb and daffodils.
 Cats can really be so much more than pets, they can be lifelong companions. It has been proven that cats can decrease your blood pressure, lessen the symptoms of depression and help you to live a longer happier life. If you feel like something is missing in your life, you might just need a cat.
 Handle your kitten often. The longer your cat is handled as a kitten, the more readily they will accept being handled when they are grown, especially around their paws. This is important as all cats will have to visit the vet occasionally, and this process is much easier and less stressful if the cat is accustomed to being handled. It will also make grooming and nail trimming much easier.
 Find a litter that your cat enjoys. Different litters have different smells and textures, so help your cat to find a litter that he is generally comfortable with using. Cats generally like to keep things the same though, so don't experiment too often or your cat may avoid the litter box.
 If your cat has to have a surgery such as being spayed or neutered, they will need rest when they come home. It is hard to keep a cat from jumping up on furniture, but necessary to avoid pulling out stitches. Designate an area in your house for your cat to recuperate where they will be less likely to injure themselves, until they are healed enough to roam free.
 When something seems amiss with your feline friend, speak with other cat owners. It's possible that you could solve the problem on your own, but why deny help from others? There are a number of message boards for cat owners on the Internet, or you can go to your vet with problems.
 It is important that you do not feed your cat too much food from the table. Cats do not digest human food the same way that your does. It can also lead to your cat becoming overweight. If your cat is carrying around too much weight, it will be hard for them to jump up on furniture and get around.
 If your cat has a scratching post that is beginning to look worn, don't get rid of it. This is the time when your cats actually most prefer it. Something new is not necessarily better for a cat, and it may lead them to scratching the furniture.
 Cats are all unique and some cats prefer different kinds of food than others and nothing is harder to please than a picky feline. As you get to know your pet, experiment with different foods and treats until you learn what they do and don't like to eat. You will likely find that you both enjoy some of the same foods.
                      
                                       
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