The poet T.S Eliot They bring warmth and a sense of happiness to the house. A cat that is healthy, well-mannered, and happy can make an excellent addition to your home. Sometimes, cats are very difficult to live with. Below, you’ll find suggestions that will help you and your cat live together in peace.
To help your old cat feel comfy, keep a tile that’s heated under their bed. Heat a fabric covered heating pad in the microwave for a couple of minutes, making sure that is not too hot to the touch. Use an old towel to wrap around it, then place it beneath the cat’s blanket or bed. Replace it every three hours or so.
You should not use products designed for other animals. They can have very strong and possibly negative reactions to dog products. This will especially be true if it’s a product for fleas. Using dog flea products on your cat can kill them. If your dog has been treated for fleas, keep him away from your cat for at least three hours.
Always provide your feline with special attention and affection. Cats are by nature companion animals, but that companionship goes two ways. They are social creates which need reassurance. Cats want to feel loved and needed.
Crystals in the urine, an issue many male cats have, can be avoided with the proper food. These are very painful and expensive to treat. Try to find a cat food that has a low level of magnesium. Be sure that you read the label. Fish products can have more magnesium when compared to poultry.
Caring for your cat is a lot of work but your cat is worth it. No matter how active your cat is, there is always room to improve our relationship with your pet. You’ll hear less meowing and more purring then.