Indoor Cat Life

I have have made this blog for some helpful reading on the care of your indoor-cat or the cat who just prefers to be indoors, to help avoid boredom or the possibility of developing behaviour problems.

Your indoor cat will require a lot more of your time to be a happy and healthy cat, the only social interaction they will really have is with you, learn to understand your cat, watch them, read their body language it will be fascinating and will improve your relationship. Your cat will probably like frequent, but brief interactions not normally pass 30mins, especially when they are having their crazy play mode!

Tips for keeping house cats happy
• Provide a litter tray in a quiet place; clean it regularly. Cats are often reluctant to use a dirty tray or one located in a busy area.
• If possible for their water, provide a pet water fountain, cats like to drink moving water best.
• Provide scratching posts so they can mark territory, strengthen muscles and sharpen claws.
• Provide opportunities for daily exercise to stay fit and healthy, leave out favourite toys.
• Provide/create new ways for your cat to stay active, both physically and mentally. Cats can become frustrated and bored with indoor-only lifestyles.
• As your cat won’t have the freedom to interact with people/other animals outside, you become their main companion; make plenty of time to interact.
• Cats like to sleep in different parts of your house, provide a space where they can hide if frighten, such as under the bed or a covered cat bed.