The Truth About Cat Care You Need To Know!


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Cats are graceful, loving and beautiful. They are certainly a very common pet, and you are likely to see many cats in cities, towns, and the countryside. That said, having a cat in your home is very different! These critters can be stubborn little guys and can pose a big challenge to understanding all their little nuances.

If your cat is misbehaving, you can influence its behavior in a safe and humane way by using water. Fill a small squirt gun or a spray water bottle with plain water. Give your cat a few light squirts of water when you catch it misbehaving and it will soon learn to stop doing the unwanted behavior.

Keep your cat indoors. Unlike dogs, it is nearly impossible to confine a cat to a yard. This can lead to many dangers for your cat, from cars, dogs, diseases from feral cats, and simply disappearing to parts unknown. Loose cats also be a nuisance to others, often killing songbirds and leaving unwelcome "deposits" in neighbor's gardens. If your cat really enjoys the outdoors, they can be trained to wear a harness and leash or you can invest in a specialty cat fence or screened-in porch.

You may want to have a microchip implanted in your cat. Even cats that live their lives entirely indoors can suddenly escape out a window or door. A collar and identification tags can help bring your pet back to you. But experts point out that collars that do not snap apart quickly if your cat gets it caught on a branch or even a bush can accidentally strangle your cat. Microchips are as small as a rice grain and have all of your important contact information. Nearly all veterinarians and shelters now have scanners capable of reading the information on these chips, and since they are under the skin, there is no chance of the chip getting lost.

Outsmarting a cat may take some work, but with the tips you learned here it can become second nature. After awhile they will realize what limits have been placed upon them. That said, a well behaved cat is also a wonderful pet to have, so get down to work! For more visit Snuffle Bowl.

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