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Video: Several Useful YES And NO For Cat Owners
Let's see what your cat hates and loves? Rainy and cold weather if there is no place to find warmth. A lonely life, being isolated (whatever the reason). Irregular, ill-considered feeding, food too hot or cold, sour or in dirty dishes …
- Feed your pets at the same time every day. Preferably in the evening.
- Make sure your cat always has fresh drinking water at his disposal. If you live in a hard water area, boil the water before giving it to drink.
- Dry your animal, especially the lower part of the body (chest, abdomen, legs), after it returns from the street in rainy weather (if the animal has free access to the street) and be sure to dry it thoroughly after washing and then place the animal in a warm place …
- Regular daily grooming. Be sure to check your ears, paws, eyes, etc. while grooming. for the presence of any foreign body or skin damage.
- Keep your pet's bed clean and ventilated. Make sure that it is not directly on the floor, but raised, not in a draft or in a damp place.
- Check the claws periodically to see if they have grown too much. If they are too long, visit your veterinarian to have them cut if you are unable to do it yourself.
- do not overfeed the animal or force it to eat when it does not want to.
- do not allow animals to beg or steal food while you are eating. Teach the animal to lie and this moment in a corner or to be in another room.
- do not allow your friends or visitors to give tidbits to pets just because it brings them pleasure.
- do not feed food directly from the refrigerator. It should be at room temperature.
- do not let cats worry about food or while food is being prepared for them.
- do not leave food that has not been eaten. Take it away and offer again after 2-3 hours. If refusal follows again, remove food until the next day.
- do not allow cats to drink immediately before or after meals.
- do not stop your pets from eating herbs, medicinal plants when you are out of town. Animals themselves look for vitamins and minerals that they have not received from food.
WHAT DOES A CAT LOVE?
- Place in the sun, by the stove, on the couch or on the bed.
- Several "play sessions" with your favorite owner or other cats every day.
- To eat at the same time as people, and sometimes to taste human food.
- Have a clean, dry toilet always available, even if the cat spends most of the time away from home.
- Bite off the plants, because the tender shoots are so tasty, and then regurgitate them on the carpet.
- Gently combing and brushing dead hair, but only when she likes it.
- Have a clean, shiny coat.
- A small number of planned litters in the case of a purebred animal. As for the domestic cat, then a quiet life without kittens.
- Calm singing, quiet and friendly low voices.
- Guests who pet, caress the cat and bring her small gifts.
- Catch a mouse, grab a chicken, catch a flying bird, play with a small ball, paper ball, etc.
- So that she is not disturbed during sleep, even if it lasts for hours.
- Balance on high parts of furniture, scurry about like a shuttle between crystal, vases, climb on curtains, sharpen claws on the wallpaper and sofa.
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WHAT DOES A CAT HATE?
- Rainy and cold weather if there is no place to find warmth.
- Lonely life, being isolated (whatever the reason).
- Irregular, ill-considered feeding, food too hot or cold, sour or in dirty dishes.
- Lack of toilet or dirty toilet.
- Prohibition to appear near plants and not get the opportunity to "bite" the shoots.
- Combing when the cat has something completely different in mind; removal of tangles and tangled hair. Cats also dislike being petted vigorously, like dogs.
- Scabbed skin; dirty, greasy coat; ticks, fleas and ear mites.
- Have kittens several times a year, because of it the cat's body becomes emaciated.
- Noisy marital conflicts, children's screams, dog barking, car horns, aircraft roar, fire sirens.
- People who ignore or hate cats for various reasons.
- The content is like a decorative object.
Author: Anna Vinogradova