Make a cat-friendly indoor environment by include toys, hiding spots, and scratching posts. Promote movement, inquiry, and problem-solving.
To enhance activity and prevent behavioural issues, enrich the interior environment for cats with scratching posts, cat trees, toys, and hiding places.
"Feliway, a synthetic pheromone product, makes cats feel more secure. Don't clean the designated spots, and give your cat some catnip."
"If kept close to owners at night, kittens may disturb sleep. Kids can learn to modify their sleep routine. Provide a comfortable setting for sound sleep."
"Provide a designated sleeping area for your cat to promote sound sleep. Use toys like DaBird to imitate predatory play. Zoomies can be avoided with enrichment schedules."
For your cat to find, hide food around the home. Make use of riddles and candy dispensers. Encourage foraging with timed feeders and technology.
Construct a cat enclosure to provide access to the outdoors and keep pushy cats from begging for attention. A how-to manual for a connected structure is provided here.
"Clicker training for indoor cats improves behaviour, stimulates the mind, and lessens the demand for care. Make friends jealous with your new skills!"
To keep your indoor cat company, hire a cat minder for a few days or a week. Plan visits to their homes based on their behaviour patterns and take them for leash walks.
Slow smell exchange, resource supply, and pheromone diffusers are necessary for introducing cats. Monitor for hostility and take a break if necessary.