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Best Ways to Make Your Cat Happy

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There are some ways you can make sure your furry feline is being rewarded for just being themselves

Rated 0 points - posted 11 years ago by WritingJennie in category Health.
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brush your cat with sticky paper or use a lint roller Report Abuse
It is relaxing to the cat. Mine enjoys it very much
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Give your cat a SAFE collar Report Abuse
There is NO MORE way to be thoughtful for your cat than by giving them a collar that will break free during tension. There are many cat hangings that occur indoors and outdoors because it is extremely difficult to break free from a regular collar. Please give your cat a safety collar. It is the best gift you could ever give them.
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Rid the garden of poison Report Abuse
Many common plants are poisonous to cats, such as oleander. So do a little research and see if there are some plants in your garden or home that need the old heave-ho.
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Brush out your cat Report Abuse
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Baby-proof the house Report Abuse
Anything that would be dangerous and accessible to a baby, could also threaten the life of your cat. Keep cleaning items, antifreeze and medicines all tucked away in baby-proof cabinets.
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Smell the roses Report Abuse
Give your cat the opportunity to play in the garden or regularly expose them to the smell of the outdoors
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Regularly wipe down your cat with a damp towel or natual cat wipes Report Abuse
This will keep the dander low and your allergies at bay. Your cat really wouldn't mind it either.
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Give your cat a scratching post or pad Report Abuse
Not only is this an inexpensive way to keep your cat happy and engaged, it will also deter them from heading for your furniture. This is a win-win if you ask me.
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Make sure you cat has a comfy bed that they know is just for them Report Abuse
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Make sure you serve food at room temp Report Abuse
Be sure not to store food somewhere where it is above room temperature, as this can cause a degradation in essential enzymes and vitamins. Serving food to cold may cause tooth sensitivity in felines due to the small size of their teeth.
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Keep it fresh Report Abuse
Make sure your cat has different types of stimulus on a regular basis. No one wants to play with the same toy for weeks on end.
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Watch for any significant weight loss or weight gain Report Abuse
Weight gain can be just as significant as weight loss when it comes to cats because a few extra pounds will lower their weight signiicantly. Take them to the vet to have some basic bloodwork done and to find out if a special diet may be required.
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Tale them to the vet once a year for their check-up Report Abuse
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Bring them indoors when it is too cold outside Report Abuse
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Make sure they have clean fresh water on a daily basis Report Abuse
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Pet them everyday Report Abuse
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Let them be next to you Report Abuse
Even though cats are well-known for having their own minds and wanting their own space much of the time, they really crave being around their favorite human roommates so be sure that they get a lot of opportunities to just be near you. Your cat will thank you.
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Food Counts Report Abuse
Make sure you are not over or under indulging your cat with food. Also, check your cats food regularly in case it may be on any recall lists. Keep the food you feed them fairly regular as it is difficult for their stomachs to adjust to changing diets.
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Identification Please Report Abuse
Make sure your cat has a clearly marked ID tag on their collar. For a step up, have them outfitted with a microchip. These can cost as low as 14.00 at some low-cost pet kennels.
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Litter Box Report Abuse
Enough said. Keep it clean on a daily basis. I use the automatic litterbox and it works like a dream. Just set it and forget it. You won't have to deal with any smells and it only needs to be cleaned out once a week.
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Clealinees is Godliness Report Abuse
Not only do humans love a clean and organized home, but cats do too. Get rid of the clutter and dustballs in your home so your cat feels more free to stretch out and more at ease to take a deep sleep.
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