Keep your cat happy and occupied by learning to adapt to its ever-shifting interests. Toys, catnip, scratching posts, playtime, and other cat-friendly activities are just a few of the eight things that cats enjoy.
Cats are creatures of the night, so they sleep for 12–16 hours a day. Adult cats and kittens sleep more. If you're worried about how your pet sleeps, talk to a vet.
"Half of a cat's awake time is spent grooming. Use a natural bristle or rubber brush on their fur to get rid of dirt and loosen up."
Check the dates on cat food so you don't feed your cat old or bad food. Mold and bacteria that are bad for your pet can grow there, making it unsafe for them.
Some breeds of cats like to splash around in running water. Get a cat fountain so it can drink clean water and fill a pool or tub so it can play and move around.
Cats have a natural need to scratch and claw to keep their claws sharp and to feel better. Scratching also makes them happy and gets them up in the morning.
Play is very important for cats' health and growth. Hide-and-seek and other games keep them busy, active, and happy. Only a few minutes every day!
Cats love to sit on window sills and watch birds. They should protect their skin from the sun and spend less time outside during busy times.
Cats love in different ways than people do, but they still need attention and company. Some signs are a cat purring, a cat sleeping nearby, a cat bunting, and more.