Healthy Living with Cats

Healthy Living with Cats


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Here's what you need to keep an eye out for when it comes to your beloved feline companion, whose adorable gestures and purring sounds are sure to please.



Regular health checks


Cats are wild animals, and their instinctive need to protect themselves from enemies means that they don't show signs of illness, which can lead to exposure to disease and eventual loss of health.


By the time they start showing symptoms that are out of the ordinary, they may already be quite ill, so it's important to keep a close eye on them and give them regular checkups to make sure they're healthy and up to date on their vaccinations.





Provide the right food and water


Basically, the choice of food should be based on age, weight, health, etc., but since cats are carnivores, it is recommended to choose a food with high protein content and good nutritional value.


Along with food, the amount of water is also important.

Cats that don't drink enough are more likely to suffer from urolithiasis or cystitis.


You can increase drinking water by using wet food, but it's also important to change the water daily, keep the bowl clean, and place the bowl in different locations.


Cats prefer running water, so it's also a good idea to have a drinking fountain that circulates its own water.





Create a hygienic environment


Retaining many of their habits from the wild, cats are neat creatures that instinctively cover their litter boxes and deodorize themselves with cat litter to protect themselves from enemies.

Therefore, it's a good idea to clean the litter box and other areas where your cat stays frequently to ensure a clean environment that they love.

However, it's not recommended to bathe them frequently.





Active activity and play


Cats need play and activity to fulfill their need to play and hunt.


Therefore, it's a good idea to actively play with them and provide them with toys or cat towers to keep them active.





Create a safe environment


Cats love heights, pushing things around to see how they react, and their curiosity can get them into dangerous situations.


It's a good idea to avoid placing objects that can easily fall from high places and keep harmful substances such as cleaners, medicines, and plants out of reach.


It's also a good idea to hide any cables that could be a shock hazard and to avoid going out in dangerous places.






Active socialization


Cats are social animals, not just independent, and kittens grow up with their mothers and experience socialization by interacting with other animals, such as siblings and other pets.


If a young kitten is adopted, it's important to help them socialize by allowing them to play with other cats and animals, and encouraging them to interact with their owners.





Just like dogs, cats have different personalities and tendencies depending on the breed and the cat, and if you understand and take care of your pet's unique personality and behavior, you can live a long and happy life with your cat!


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