You must make sure you give a cat the right sort of care. It is important to take good care of your cat, including grooming, feeding her properly and of course giving her plenty of attention. You
need to ensure that your cat stays clean and looks good. You should keep reading to learn more about properly caring for your cat.
Cats love to get into tight, small spaces. If you keep a collar on your pet, getting stuck in one of these spaces can be very dangerous. A breakaway style collar will literally "break away" if pulled
too tight. This can save all "nine" of your cat's lives.
Deter cats from shocking themselves on electrical wires by spraying them with bitter apple. If they like to chew on cords, try covering them as much as you can. If you have loose electrical cords,
you can bundle them up and stow them away in a cardboard tube (think toilet paper or paper towel rolls). If you have rarely used electronics, put them up when you aren't using them.
Your cat can devastate your furniture with its claws. Think about a scratching post or kitty tower if your cat's claws become a problem. Place this device into an area that your cat frequents, and
attempt to get your cat to scratch it rather than the furniture. It may take some time, but will be worth the effort and expense.
Your cat most likely spends quite a bit of time grooming. Hairballs are more common in long-haired cats. To help your cat out with this problem, try buying him special food. Certain cat foods are
formulated to lower the amount of hairballs.
Children usually take well to cats, but if you have a small child, you may need to provide some instruction. Always train your child the proper way to handle a pet. Demonstrate how the cat should be
petted and handled and encourage your children to be very gentle. Cats have weaker bones than dogs do, and must be treated accordingly.
You should think again before allowing your cat to go outside. This could be harmful and unsafe. Your cat can pick up fleas, or worse. Cats can be gravely injured or killed by eating poisonous
plants, flowers or chemicals, hit by a car or even harmed by neighbors who are irritated with your cat on their property. When your cats go outside, keep an eye out to make sure they do not wander
too far away.
You must take caution when leaving your cat with any children. This is especially true if your child is less than five years old. They're not really mature enough to know how dangerous a kitten can
be. Wait until your child gets older, and pay close attention to whether or not they're mature enough to hold or handle a tiny pet.
Cats love heights. A cat will only be happy if you give it a safe spot to look over everything. If a cat tree is not in your future, providing a stable shelving unit with no small items on it will do
very well. Additionally, you can place a bed or blanket in this space.
Keep old, worn scratching posts. While it doesn't appear clean and new, your cat probably thinks otherwise. For a cat, it is comfortable and familiar. Something new is not necessarily better for a
cat, and it may lead them to scratching the furniture.
Once your cat has had the best grooming possible, it can look good. The ability to make your cat look and feel healthy and happy lies with you. Your cat will love you for grooming them, and it's a
good time for bonding together. Use the tips shared here for grooming and making your cat happy.