Cats are often seen as being a more of a low maintenance pet than dogs. This is partly because of their independence, often aloof attitude and the fact they don’t need to be walked. However, cats do not only depend on you to be a provider of food and a delightful source of warmth.
Cats needs can be complex and often are not properly explained. This is especially true for indoor cats who are more dependent on humans than outside cats. This list is full of tips that will help you give your cat the life it always dreamed of, and, honestly, will probably make them a little less irritating by stopping bad behaviours!
Just like humans cats can get bored, too.
Really, they just want whatever you don't want them to have.
There's plenty of options available--for example, remote controlled toys or cameras that allow you to check in with them during the day.
Keep toxic plants away from cats and get some cat grass, or catnip for your furry companion.
Only do this if you know it won't stress them out--but it's a good way for inside cats to get some fresh air.
This stops one cat dominating it.
Especially if they don't like guests.
Often, cats natural instincts and they won't want to eat/drink from something they think could be contaminated.
Cats prefer running water.
They need exercise and attention!
Unless you're trying to keep them off something, avoid such smells as it gives them anxiety.
Getting them plenty of scratching scratching choices will stop them using the side of the couch.
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