Posted by Lynette Hammond on 21st Aug 2019
Indoor cats’ life a confined life. There are several reasons for keeping a cat confined to the indoors as opposed to free access to a larger territory. These reasons include:
Indoor cats do miss out on many benefits that come with outdoor life. However, that doesn’t mean an indoor cat needs to have a sad and boring life. It is possible to avoid problems such as stress, obesity and boredom. Here are 5 ways to improve the living environment and well being for any indoor cat.
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It’s understandable that many cat owners out there decide to keep their cats indoors. Indoor cats can and do live very contented lives. However, often owners will feel like they are robbing cats from their best life by not allowing them to roam outside. A wonderful solution to this is by giving cats access to your own outdoor space. [...]
A major concern of most if not all cat owners is the risk to their cat as they venture outside. Cat theft, road accidents and cat theft are all very real risks. One of the ways cat owners are trying to gain peace of mind is with cat GPS, but does it really work?It is absolutely possible to track [...]
Cat spikes are sometimes used by homeowners hoping to prevent animals from gaining access to their property. Commonly Cat spikes work by making it very unpleasant for cats to cross a chosen boundary. The spikes are nailed to the top of fences or applied to walls but be aware that warning signs are sometimes required alerting people to the [...]
Adopting a cat? Whether it’s your first time as a cat owner or a seasoned pro, there are always a few steps to take to cat proof the house. The home will be new, scary and there are likely to be a few dangers that you have missed or not even thought about. The following actions will help [...]
A cat fence is a fantastic way of keeping cats within a set boundary. The cat fence can be easily installed on top of current fences or walls, but there are even options available for outdoor spaces without a clear boundary already in place. Furthermore, a cat fence can be tailor made to work around trees, bushes, sheds and other [...]
A lot of cat owners want to know how to train a cat to stay in the yard or garden. It’s a commonly asked question but not an easy task. You see, cats are different to dogs in that they are extremely independent. They can be trained, but it takes a lot of patience and they can only [...]
There are several reasons for wanting to deter cats from your garden. You may have cats or other pets you’d like protecting from disease and illnesses carried by other animals. Perhaps there’s a bully cat in town or maybe you just hate the neighbourhood cats from using your garden as a deluxe latrine. Whatever the reason there are a [...]
Cat fencing costs start from £149.99 for a 10 meter do it yourself kit. Professional installation of cat fencing or a similar cat fencing solution is available from £1000. There are different options available depending on your needs and the topography of your garden. For an exact quote it’s necessary to provide the measurements and any bespoke requirements [...]
Cats love to hunt, it’s their thing, it’s what they do. As kittens they are taught hunting behaviours from their mother and practice them on their siblings. Cats are born to hunt, which isn’t ideal in modern day homes. Yes, some cats are brought in to help control and reduce pest problems, but most cat owners are not pleased to [...]
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