Moving Your Outdoor Cat Indoors

Outdoor cats can expect to live a shorter time than indoor cats. While outdoors your cat is at risk of injury from fights with other animals or getting hit by a car. There are lots of toxic foods, chemicals and plants that could make your cat sick. And she could be exposed to a number of deadly diseases. Thus the kindest thing to do to keep your cat healthy is to keep her inside full-time. Start by luring her inside to eat. Feed her all her meals inside but allow her to leave when done if she wants to. Set up a litter box, eating/drinking station and some window perches. Give her some fun toys to play with and make your home a fun place to be. Gradually increase your cat’s indoor time until she is ready to stay inside full-time. Secure the doors and windows so your cat doesn’t escape. For more information, click this website, or contact your Cy-Fair veterinarian.

Moving Your Outdoor Cat Indoors

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