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Solid Tips On Cats That Anyone Can Easily Understand

Cats have a long and storied history of being human companions for generations.
These lovable animals have been showcased in films, book and plays. It's not surprise, because cats think they are the boss. This article will help your cat live a happier life.

There are a lot of cats that are overweight. An obese cat can end up developing health problems such as arthritis or diabetes. If your cat could stand to lose a pound or two, try cutting back their food a little bit at each feeding. You can also buy some toys and encourage your cat to play and exercise.


Proper litter-box care is essential for a cat. Most young cats will know what to do with a litter-box naturally, though you may have to prod them gently. Clean the box daily, because cats are fastidious animals. If you change the brand of litter, add a little at a time with the previous brand.

Then your cat can adjust.

You can use certain scents to discourage your cat from going into certain areas of your home. Aloe gel, citrus peels, and citrus juices smell wonderful to us, but cats don't feel the same way. Soak a cotton ball in one of these liquids, then place it on top of a piece of foil to prevent the liquid from staining your surface.

Place the foil and cotton ball near the off-limits area.

If your outdoor cat likes to roam, ask your vet to insert a safety tracking device like a microchip. You can actually track your lost cat on a website, making it much easier to find your pet.

When you are washing a cat litter box, it is a good idea to use basic soap and water. You may think that it would be more sanitary to use a harsh cleaner like bleach or ammonia, but all that will do is create a smell that the cat will find offensive.

It might seem like a little much for an animal, but you should comb your cat's hair as often as possible. Combing the hair helps prevent the cat from licking loose fur and building a furball to spit up later. Different cats shed at different rates and some require a lot more maintenance than others.



Cat trees are an excellent source of entertainment for your pet collars for dogs cats. However, a poorly constructed one could injure or even kill a cat. Look for one with a sturdy lumber base covered with scratch-friendly materials.
Ensure that all sharp corners are covered, and confirm that there are no exposed pieces that might have splinters.

A responsible cat owner needs to cat proof the home. Cats love to get into what they shouldn't. You really need to protect them by keeping harmful things out of reach. Make sure that storage areas for harmful products like pesticides, gardening chemicals, cleaning products, and automotive fluids are safe from curious cats.


To help your old cat feel comfy, keep a tile that's heated under their bed. A terra cotta tile heated in your oven on about 200 degrees and for 15 minutes will do. Wrap the tile inside an unneeded towel and place it under your kitty's favorite resting spot.
Replace it every three hours or so.

Have your cat spayed or neutered. Pet overpopulation is a growing problem, with millions of homeless cats and kittens euthanized every year. Besides the problem of too many kittens and not enough homes, unfixed cats can have a multitude of behavior problems.
Males who are not neutered at a young age often start spraying to mark their territory, and females who are allowed to come into heat yowl incessantly as they try to escape to find a mate. Kittens can begin to breed as early as 4 months of age, so get your new kitten spayed or neutered as soon as possible.


Cats enjoy getting into small spaces. If they have a collar on, this might prove to be a safety risk if they happen to get stuck. Breakaway collars are made to come off if tugged on vigorously. This will help you save your cat's life.

Handle your kitten often. The more your cat is handled as a kitten, the more readily they will accept being handled when they are grown, especially around their paws. This is important as all cats will have to visit the vet occasionally, and this process is much easier and less stressful if the cat is accustomed to being handled.
It will also make grooming and nail trimming much easier.

Keep your cat groomed to keep them looking and feeling good. Giving their fur a regular brushing ensures a healthy coat with no matting and less shedding. They will also have less hairballs from cleaning their own fur. Clip their claws, but don't clip them too short, as it may hurt them.

A vet can provide assistance if you need help with clipping.

Ensure that your new cat is spayed or neutered. This is important even if your cat will not be outdoors or around cats of the opposite gender. Studies show that spayed cats are less vulnerable to uterine, mammary, and ovarian cancer. Neutering your male cat decreases his risk of developing prostate cancer.
Another benefit of neutering is that your cat will not feel compelled to mark his territory by spraying.

If your cat has to have a surgery such as being spayed or neutered, they will need rest when they come home. It is hard to keep a cat from jumping up on furniture, but necessary to avoid pulling out stitches. Designate an area in your house for your cat to recuperate where they will be less likely to injure themselves, until they are healed enough to roam free.



Many people do not realize that it is perfectly normal for you to take cats on walks so they can get exercise and fresh air. There are special harnesses made for you to use with your cat. If you use the type that were made for dogs, there is a chance your cat can get away.


If you are adding a kitten to your family, be certain to teach young children how to treat and handle the kitten properly. Children have a tendency to bother kittens by holding them too much, pulling on tails and chasing them. These can all contribute to a cat who does not like humans and will never become a calm, happy member of the family.



When a cat doesn't learn the right lessons growing up, it can become an aggravating mess of hair and claws. Pamper your kitten using these tips and take care of their appearance as they grow older. A cat can become a lifelong friend if it is treated the right way.