Basic Tips To Raise A Healthy Cat

A Healthy Cat

Adopting a cat to naming it and caring for it, all seems to be fun and it truly is but it also is a responsibility to adopt a cat. Cats are far more sensitive as compared to other animals so they need all their needs to be fulfilled timely. Naming your cats is the most fun of all, finding the right girl cat names is a fun activity indeed.

Cats are the cleanest animals you’ll ever come across but hygiene matters even more when these cats start living in your place because nobody wants a stinky animal lying next to them asking for cuddles. Bathing your cats once in every two weeks keeps their hygiene all good but it isn’t always a bath that your cat might need, at times you need to grab a trimmer and trim its nails too which might be a bit difficult in some cases especially if you have a male cat because males would rather prefer grown nails than trimmed ones but hygiene matters if they are living in with you.

Necessities Of Every Home Cat :

What to Do When Your Senior Cat Is Not Using the Litter Box

A cat always requires a litter box or two to use when they feel the need. In case your cat is recently adopted you need to place litter boxes around the corners in your house. If your cat is not using the litter box then it is not to be blamed but rather you need to check the litter box which might be dirty because cats don’t use dirty litter boxes. A scratching post must be available to the cat in the house and you need to train the cat to use the scratching post otherwise it’ll start using the furniture around the house as a scratching post and you don’t want that to happen.

Get your cat/kitten toys to play with so that they feel like home when you have recently adopted them. A brush/comb, a food bowl, and a safety collar with the owner’s identity written on it is also a necessity because cats when moved to a new place might try to run off so.

Do I Need To Arrange Any Special Diets?

Litter Box Essentials Quiz

Cat food might seem to be a complete diet but quite unfortunately cats also require extra protein in their diets to keep their fur growing shiny and good and keeping their liver and kidneys in perfect health. Boiled/fried eggs can be a perfect source of protein for your cats, other than this you can also go for boiled chicken or maybe mashed rice mixed with minced chicken. Providing your cat with clean drinking water helps in keeping their kidneys in the best condition.