Caring For Your Beloved Feline Friend At Home

Cats are great pets and fascinating creatures. If you can’t be at home all day, cats can live on their own. The following article will teach you what you need to know to take good care of your pet.

Check-ups are an absolute must for any pet cat. Your cat should have regular well visits, as well as all the recommended vaccinations for his age. If you can, stick with one vet for your cat’s entire life. This way they will know your cat’s history the best.

Older cats will appreciate a heated bed; you can use a heated tile to create one! Simply heat a single foot cotta tile at 200 degrees between 15 and 20 minutes. Wrap the tile inside an unneeded towel and place it under your kitty’s favorite resting spot. Change it every couple of hours if desired.

You can keep your cat away from electrical cords by spraying them with some bitter apple. Cords should be covered, especially if your cat tends to chew on them. Use paper towel or wrapping paper rolls to bundle up cords. The cords on electronics should be hidden as well.

It can be hard to make your cat stay off the counter. Cats like to climb on things and a counter can look very inviting. One way to combat this behavior is to proved your cat with an elevated place it is okay to climb on. Having a cat tower near your kitchen will keep them off your counters.

Cats are great to have as pets because they’re smart and can find things to do on their own. You need to learn more on how you can take care of a cat before you decide to adopt one. Keep the advice from this article in mind to become the best cat owner you can be. Doing so will mean your cat lives a fulfilling, enjoyable life.

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