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Kitties may be small, but they definitely have a way of wrapping their humans around their paws. Fluffy is very good at getting us to spoil her. Fortunately for us, it isn’t very hard to please our feline overlords. A local Roswell, NM vet offers some advice on this below.
Fluffy needs proper nutrition to stay healthy, just as we do. Offer her a high-quality food, one that is appropriate for her age, size, and health. Ask your vet for specific recommendations.
If Fluffy were to list her favorite pastimes, we’re pretty sure that napping would take the top spot, followed shortly by sleeping, snoozing, eating, dozing, and meditating. Cats can sleep up to 20 hours a day! Make sure your sleepy pet has plenty of comfy beds to curl up in for all those naps.
No surprises here: Fluffy’s curious relationship with this member of the mint family can be highly entertaining to watch. Offer your feline buddy plenty of catnip toys to push under the couch.
Keep your furry friend’s powder room nice and clean. No one likes a dirty bathroom!
Playing is of course fun for cats, but it’s also very beneficial for them. A good play session will not only keep your furball fit, it will also entertain her and provide her with beneficial mental stimulation.
It’s much safer for kitties to live indoors, where they are safe from predators, weather, cars, and other threats. However, Fluffy does enjoy watching birds and squirrels, as well as other animals. If you want to go a bit further, offer her a catio.
It’s no secret that our feline friends are a little obsessed with boxes. The official reasoning here is that kitties naturally feel safer in small spaces. However, that theory isn’t exactly bulletproof: Fluffy also likes boxes that are too big, too small, or nothing but outlines of tape on the floor. Offer your furry buddy boxes regularly. Or, better yet, build her a box castle.
Cats are actually very emotional, and get very attached to their humans. Fluffy needs to feel loved and safe to thrive. Pay attention to your furball, and keep that motor going!
Do you have questions about your kitty’s health or care? Contact us, your Roswell, NM animal clinic, today!