A cat’s purr is a beautiful sound. This is a relaxing sound and can put you at ease. Therefore, make sure your cat is happy at all times. Taking advantage of these cat care tips is certain to get your cat purring more often.
Keep your drapery cords out of the reach of your cat. Do not allow your cat to play with these. The cords may be looped and a cat may get them wound around their neck. This could even choke them to death. Secure your cords so they are out of the way and out of sight.
Check with your shelter before you purchase a cat. Shelters all over the country are crowded with marvelous cats, and most provide veterinarian care with the adoption fee. When you adopt a cat from a shelter, you save a life and help keep the cat population under control.
Cats enjoy finding small spaces to fit into. They can get caught or stuck if they happen to be wearing a collar. A breakaway collar let’s go if pulled on tightly. This can make the difference in whether your cat have nine lives or only a couple of them.
Spay your cat as soon as she is old enough. You may not think it’s necessary if you have an indoor cat, but your cat may escape. If you want to prevent this, spay your cat.
Think about having a microchip inserted in your cat. Even an indoor cat can get the urge to run out of a door or leap through a window. Tags and collars can help you cat return home, but cats can wiggle out of them or risk injury by snagging them on a tree branch or bush. A microchip will hold the contact information to reach you and it’s only about as big as a piece of rice. Every shelter and most veterinarian offices have microchip scanners that can read the chips, and best of all, they chips can’t be lost.
A purring cat is a happy, healthy cat. Cats are beautiful, graceful animals and caring for them can be easy if you use tips like those in this article. Try out the tips you have read to find your cat purring more often.