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Buying a litter tray can be a daunting task these days - there are so many different options. So how do you find the right one for your cat. Time to list the different basic types which cater to your kitty in different ways so you can find the perfect one for your cat.
So now that you've bought all this cat furniture, where will you put it in your home? And, what is the ideal placement for your cat? Let's have a look at what the perfect spot for each piece is.
Litter trays are disgusting. Smelly and unsightly, they require you to access them every day, and can leak urine and track litter all over your floor. Luckily, there are many creative designs which allow you to hide, deal with and generally avoid the issues associated with this necessary evil.
After you've decided to adopt a kitty, it is time to get yourself and your home ready for their arrival. These few steps will help both you and your new kitty get acclimatised to the new situation as soon as possible. Following those, you should be able to hit the ground running in building a relationship with your new companion.
People are often surprised to find that cats can suffer from chronic stress. After all, what is so stressful about their lives? Sleeping in the sun? Having your food served to you on a silver platter? Well...as it turns out, there is a lot more to their lives than you'd imagine and just like us, they're susceptible to the stress that life throws their way.
So the eternal debate on what is better for cats - indoors or outdoors - continues. While there is no straight forward answer, you as a potential new owner might want to check out what the pros and cons are for each choice and what to expect once you make your decision.
What will your kitty say when you bring home a stranger into their sanctuary? And how do you make sure that the two will get along and fur doesn't go flying everywhere? A proper introduction is definitely in order. Here you will find the steps to take in order to maximise your chances of a peaceful household instead of a war zone in your happy home.
So when is the best time to adopt a kitten? 7 to 8 weeks? Or are you better off waiting until 13 weeks when they've had all their vaccinations? Both answers have their merit, depending on the circumstances...
Kids and cats can be the best of friends. The best way to get them to that point though is to help them 'talk' to each other and respect each others boundaries. Have a look at how to introduce them and solidify their friendship.
Is there such a thing as a free cat? What exactly will a cat cost you throughout its life, and what should you be ready for? Before you adopt, do the cost-benefit analysis and research you need in order to make an informed decision
Nothing is more exciting than picking out a kitty. Adopting a cat can be such a fulfilling experience as they have so much to contribute to our lives. However, much like you would interview a roommate, there are things to consider in this companion that will be with you for a hopefully a long time. So do your homework, before you jump in.