Cats are the perfect companions for us humans. Who wouldn’t want a serial cuddler that doesn’t judge you (not too obviously, at least), an endless source of amusement, and a great listener all in one? But some things about our feline friends don’t always make life easy. From the constant shedding to the litter box odors, it can be challenging to keep up with the needs of our furry confidants.
While cats are perfectly capable of taking care of themselves for most of their daily needs, it’s not like they can avoid shedding, keep their litter box clean, or ignore their nature and not scratch the furniture just to please us. Especially if we don’t provide them with a scratcher to do it! As responsible cat owners, we need to learn how to help our kitties through any issues they may have.
If you’re thinking about bringing a new furry friend into your home and could use a little help to take care of a cat, we’re here to give you a paw! We’ve investigated and rounded up tons of cat hacks and tips to learn how to tend to your cat’s every need like a pro, so you can make sure they’re happy in their forever home!
Get them neutered. To ensure all cats have a safe and happy home, one of cats protection’s key aims is to champion neutering as a way to keep the cat population under control.
If your cat lets you touch its paws, it means that they love and trust you.
If you don’t let your cat outside, it’ll avoid any number of random dangers the world can throw at it.
To end a game of chase with the laser, give your cat a treat to give them a sense of accomplishment and a job well done.
Talk to your cat. It helps to build a rapport, and he/she will respond to more tones of your voice.
Hang an inexpensive bird feeder outside a window and be sure you have a chair or table near the window so they can sit and watch the birds. It will entertain them every day!
When you move to a new place, unpack the litter box first. Then “unpack” the kitty and put her next to the litter box so he/she knows where it is… Cats use the litter box as a “home base” and start exploring from there.
It is recommended that you play with your cat for 15 to 20 minutes before bedtime so that they can let out all their excess energy. This pre-bedtime play session will make the cat calmer and help them sleep better through the night.
Teaching your cat to come when called is not only handy but could save his life. If he escapes outside, you can call him back home.
Touch it’s ears, paws, and belly frequently to get it acclimated to those areas being handled.
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