Cats are the quiet choice, ideal if you're noise-sensitive. Their meows are gentler than barks, and overall, they're quieter.
Compared to dogs, cats demand less training and care. They self-clean and don't need frequent outdoor walks.
Kittens usually know how to use the litter box instinctively, making house-training a breeze.
Cats adapt well to apartment living, needing less space and making use of vertical spaces. No need for multiple daily outdoor trips.
Caring for cats is generally cheaper than medium or large dogs, from food to grooming.
Cats are self-reliant, content with alone time. They sleep around 15 hours a day and don't require constant attention.
Cats enjoy a relatively long lifespan, with many reaching their late teens or early twenties.
Cat ownership can reduce stress, lower blood pressure, and even decrease the risk of heart attacks.
Exposure to cats at a young age can reduce the risk of developing various allergies, not just pet allergies.
Cats are skilled hunters, keeping your home free from unwanted pests.