Regular brushing reduces hairballs & prevents mats. Help your cat by removing loose hair through daily brushing or combing.
Cats are obligate carnivores, so their main meal should be meat. Feeding excessive dry food can lead to obesity and diabetes.
Cats need water, but don't naturally drink much. Wet food is better as it contains more water (70-78%), while dry food has only 5-10% water.
Provide one litter box per cat, plus an extra one. Consider a cat's instincts and avoid hidden or covered boxes. Cats prefer open spaces where they feel safe and can see their surroundings.
Protect your cat from toxic foods and plants. Secure harmful items like cleaning products.
Rule out illness with a vet visit. Ensure litter box preferences are met. Keep it clean. Consider location changes for a peaceful environment.
Prevent furniture scratching by providing a appealing scratching post. Place it centrally, sprinkle with catnip, and gradually move it as they get accustomed.
Spaying/neutering is crucial for cat's well-being. Prevent discomfort, fights, diseases, stress, and overpopulation by getting them fixed.
Keep your cat safe and secure during car rides. Use a travel carrier to prevent distractions and potential harm in case of accidents.
Embrace your cat's love through their gestures, from offering prey to head bunting and purring. Enjoy the affectionate moments.