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Ways To Improve Your Cat's Life

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If you've ever owned a cat, you know that they're some of the most interesting pets around. They love to pamper themselves, they're great hunters, and they can usually be found sleeping at all hours of the day. But if you want your kitty to live a longer, happier, and healthier life, then read on to find out ways to improve your feline's life.

Feeding

Rather than one or two large meals per day, feed your cat several small meals throughout the day. You can hide these meals all over the house or place them in a puzzle feeder to encourage activity and fulfill the animal's instinct to hunt. 

In order to obtain the nutrients they need, cats must consume meat. Although your cat is perfectly fine with commercial dry or wet food, you can add variety to its diet by feeding it cooked or raw, fresh meat.

 

High-Quality Cat Litter

The best kinds of litter are soft, grainy, and easy to dig. The recommended litter is fine-grained, clay-based clumping litter that is unscented. 

Your choice of litter determines how often you'll have to clean the cat box. Clumping litter absorbs cat urine forming thick, solid clumps that are easily removed from the box, leaving the clean litter behind. With non-clumping litter, urine is absorbed by the clay or other (non-clumping) ingredients, some of which drain to the bottom of the litter. This means that non-clumping litter needs to be changed more often than you would with clumping litter.

 

Provide A Good Scratching Post

When cats play, they scratch to sharpen their claws, relieve stress, and mark their territory. Cats may direct their scratching behavior onto your furniture if you don't provide them with a scratcher. The best scratching posts are sturdy, time-tested, and tall enough to handle even large cats.

 

Show Your Cat Some Love

Cats are independent animals, and they like to be left alone. However, their desire for human affection can sometimes be confusing—they may seem needy or clingy some days or cold and distant on other days. But cats need affection too.

 

Cats are often portrayed as aloof or cold creatures who don't care about things outside of their immediate interest (usually food). This is not true! Cats love humans just as much as dogs do; in fact, many cat owners report that their cats have more affection toward them than any other pet they've ever owned. Show your cat some love by letting her rub against you or give them a gentle scratch behind their ears.

 

Socialization

One of the most important ways to improve your feline's life is to provide them with the opportunity to interact with you and other animals. This can help relieve their boredom, promote socialization, and curb their natural aggression. Cats enjoy spending time with people but can be quite nervous around other animals. One way to socialize your cat is by taking them to a daycare a few times a month. This will help reduce their anxiety and make them more comfortable around other furry friends.

 

We All Love Our Cats And Want To Give Them The Best Life Possible.

At Care Free Pet Resort, we strive to provide the best care possible for your pets. Our offerings include pet boarding, dog daycare, and dog grooming. We're dedicated to ensuring that each visit is pleasant for you and your pet, and we're here to help you with any questions or concerns. Give us a call or book an appointment with us today.

 

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