Help your cat by brushing their fur regularly to prevent hairballs and mats. Make it a pleasant experience for them, perhaps before mealtime.
Cats need meat, so avoid feeding them too much dry food, which can lead to health issues. Consider incorporating wet food into their diet.
Cats don't drink much water naturally, so offer fresh water, especially if they eat dry food. Watch out for signs of dehydration.
Provide enough litter boxes for your cats, ideally one per cat plus an extra. Place them where your cat feels safe and can see their surroundings.
If your cat starts peeing outside the box, consult a vet to rule out health problems. Keep the litter box clean and experiment with litter types.
Train your cat to use a scratching post to save your furniture. Make the post appealing and gradually move it to a quieter spot.
This is essential for your cat's well-being and helps control the pet population.
Use a secure carrier when traveling with your cat and never leave them alone in a parked car.
Look for a vet with a separate waiting area for cats, or consider cat-only veterinarians if available.
Cats show affection in various ways, from head bunting to bringing you "gifts." Accept their love gracefully.