Exercise Tips for British Shorthairs

Our feline friends need to move around and exercise on a regular basis. Before starting your British Shorthair cat on any exercise program, please consult your vet. Your vet will be able to help you choose the right exercises and set a schedule for your cat as well. Cats are natural predators. Choose exercises or activities that allow them to use their natural instincts to hunt. For instance, tie a toy mouse or bird to a string and drag it across the floor or dangle it in the air above your cat. Your cat will most likely take the bait and start pawing at the toy and even chasing it. In the wild, cats tend to spend about three to five minutes ‘playing’ with their prey. Don’t be surprised if your cat loses interest in certain exercise activities after a few minutes. Just switch to another activity or take a break. For more tips, click here, or consult with your veterinary clinic North Phoenix, AZ.

Exercise Tips for British Shorthairs

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