Great Tips And Tricks For Feline Care

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Famous poet T.S Elliot. He said that cats were designed in a way that a home depends on them, and that is a true statement in a way. If you have a cat that is healthy and behaves well, your whole household will benefit. Sadly, it’s not always easy to co-exist with felines. Here are some things you need to know if you’re going to be living with a cat.

To keep your cat happy and healthy, its important to schedule regular visits to the vet. Not only are regular checkups good for catching problems early, but regular visits can insure that your cat keeps up to date on its vaccinations. If you don’t know when the last time your cat had its shots, schedule an appointment for booster shots as soon as possible.

Protect your cat from strangling by making sure the cords of curtains and blinds are secured and out of reach. When you make or purchase a dangly toy for your cat, be sure to supervise during play. Put the toy away if you will not be around to watch.

Cats love to much on grass and plants such as catnip. There are plants however that are poisonous to cats. Chrysanthemums and holly are beautiful and common around the Holidays, but can be very toxic to cats. Other plants that are toxic or lethal include lilies, rhubarb and daffodils.

If your cat takes all the ornaments off the Christmas tree, don’t fight it. Begin collecting attractive cat toys and unbreakable ornaments to decorate the tree next year. Be sure not to decorate with potentially dangerous items like tinsel and garlands. Tinsel is a choking hazard for cats and garlands can cause strangulation.

Owning a cat can be difficult, but it can also be really rewarding. It doesn’t matter if your cat is energetic or totally lazy. These tips will strengthen your bond with your cat. If you have a happy cat, you will probably be happy too!

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