Recent Questions Tagged Indoor-Cats-Breeds

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But of course, each cat and each bird are different. Some cats will not care about a pet bird at all while others will make it its life mission to get at a bird. You will need to assess the personalities of your pets and always remain on guard if you allow your bird and cat to interact....
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"The big concern is where we have an overlap of people and cats with native species that are small and vulnerable," Kays said. One study estimates that house cats, both domestic and feral, kill billions of birds every year....
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Since indoor cats can't hunt their own prey, feeding high-quality, high-protein food is key. A raw diet will provide the highest level of quality protein, followed by canned food. Suggested raw diets include Primal and Vital Essentials....
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Cats are natural stalk and pounce predators, and chasing and catching small mammals and birds is very much in their instinct. Most domesticated cats will not eat what they catch, as they have a balanced diet provided by you....
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Indoor cats should go to the vet at least once a year, because they need annual vaccinations and annual check-ups. Pets age at a much faster rate than we do, so your pet's health can change a lot in just a year....
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There is a popular myth that indoor cats are never exposed to parasites and, therefore, there is no need to deworm them, but that is not true. Here is a list of the four most probable ways your indoor cat can get worms....
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Fact: The truth is, indoor cats can and do get bored, but letting them outside is not a good solution. Instead, make your home more interesting: Set up perches where he can watch birds from the safety of inside, build a DIY cat playhouse, hide his food or modify his feeder so he has to "hunt" for it....
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To prevent your cat from disturbing you while you sleep, try the following suggestions: Schedule a few interactive play sessions with your cat during the evening. Try using toys that can mimic the movement of mice and birds, such as toys that dangle and wiggle....
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Cats eat earthworms. Eating earthworms can be dangerous to cats as they may contract parasites such as Capillaria. Earthworm movements attract cats and are mostly playful objects to them instead of food....
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tapeworms are long flat worms.......
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Left untreated, worms can have devastating effects on a cat's health. In some cases they can be fatal. When cats lose too much blood due to worms, it causes anemia. The kitties become weak and their bodies don't have enough juice to fight off other infections....
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Fact: Many cats have successfully gone from outdoor-only or indoor/outdoor to indoor-only. The key, again, is making sure the indoor environment is just as interesting as outside — and being vigilant about preventing escape attempts....
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Keep a close eye on older cats. Arthritis and other age-related illnesses may flare up during colder months. Cats are known to be stoic about their discomfort, so it’s up to us to anticipate their needs, especially during winter....
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While indoor cats do not need collars there are some circumstances where you might prefer they have one. This might be for added peace of mind in case your cat decides to shoot out, a higher chance of your cat being returned in your area or for medical reasons....
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How often do we need to deworm cats? According to a collection of research indoor cats should be dewormed every 3-6 months based on a number of factors. Outdoor cats should definitely be wormed every 3 months at a minimum....
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