How often do you need to worm your indoor cat? Do indoor cats get worms at all? There is a popular myth that indoor cats are never exposed to parasites and, therefore, there is no need to deworm them, but that is not true. Here is a list of the four most probable ways your indoor cat can get worms.
Is your cat having fun indoors? While most people agree that cats are safe indoors, one should not force a cat to live inside four walls without providing a stimulating environment. Cats need the outdoors, and, if the outdoors has become dangerous, the best part of it must come inside. In this article you are going to learn how to make your cat’s surroundings more appealing, fun, stimulating, and a closer match to life outdoors.
Keeping your cat indoors may seem an impossible task if you are like most cat owners. When you go out, when you come home, or when you try to let fresh air in, your cat is already there and scoots right out at the first possibility. In some cases, you may not even notice him.
Depending on the part of the world, some ten to 20 years ago, seeing a cat on a leash would undoubtedly cause an amaze and videos uploaded on YouTube (if there were one back then) with a title ‘Dogcat’ or similar.
If you recently turned your cat into an outdoor one, you’ve probably had a question, whether an outdoor cat needs a litter box.
Creating a food hunt for your indoor cat (actually, I tried, and it works for outdoor cat as well) is one of the most effective ways to enrich his life. This article will show how to get the most fun out of it.
Proper use of a litter box is one of the most important parts of indoor cat’s lives. Inadequate training may lead to house soiling, which is number one reason for cats being left at animal shelter. It’s a sad thing, if we know, litter training is actually very easy, but at what age should kitten start litter training?
Training a kitten to use a litter box is an easy task. In most cases, special ‘training’ is actually not necessary if you provide an appropriate litter box, because cats naturally love burying their feces and urine. If it still does not help, and your kitten does not get the idea of using a litter box, small encouraging from your side might be necessary. How? Read below.