Moving Your Outdoor Cat Indoors

Moving Your Outdoor Cat Indoors

Outdoor cats have shorter life spans than indoor cats. They can be hurt in fights or hit by a car. They could also be exposed to a number of dangerous and deadly diseases. Thus the kindest thing you can do for your outdoor cat is to move her indoors for the rest of her life. Start by luring your cat into the house for meals but don’t force her to stay inside after she eats. Set up a litter box, an eating/drinking station and a bed. Add nice window perches, scratching posts and some fun toys to make your cat welcome in your home. Play with your cat inside your home using toys that stimulate her hunting instincts. Increase your cat’s inside time day by day until the day you decide she is in for good. Secure all doors and windows to ensure that your cat doesn’t escape. Make an appointment with your Marietta, GA vet to learn more.

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