Cats live a long life. What if your financial situation would change, what if you have to relocateto another house? What would you do if you were to welcome a baby?
Will your cat stay with you “for the good and bad”? Are you ready for...
catification of your flat
that is adjusting your living space to your cat’s needs like organizing wall shelves, installing a scratching point etc.
following the cat’s habits
like jumping over furniture, drinking water from the tap or diving under your duvet at night
acceptance of cat’s natural instincts
like running and playing at night, scratching your couch or laud digging in the litter box
responding to cat’s likes and dislikes: some of them don’t like being lifted and hugged or stroked over the belly
sessions of play
playing with your cat, especially if he/her is the only cat at home
installing special mesh
on the balcony or other means of protection if for example your flat owner would not give the permission
secure the window
make some safety measures on the window, that you are used to open or the one reachable for the cat from the next by furniture
to the main door by all the flatmates or guests so the cat would not sneak out
like deworming, vaccination and other treatment when it is needed: blood test, usg, teeth control
when your cat is sick or injured
Considering healthy diet
on bad habits
like feeding your cat with cow milk, ham or leftovers from your meals
the best cat food
appropriate to his/her age or special needs
expensive cat food
if recommended by a veterinarian as necessary
Are you ready for a cat?