Posted by Lynette Hammond on 18th Dec 2019
It’s that time of year where we share the risks that are ever present at Christmas If you’re a new cat owner, we hope you’ll find this information useful in preventing unwanted trips to see the vet and enjoy a fun and happy Christmas with your kitten and cats.
Christmas Tree Hazards
Decorations in the Home
Christmas Foods that Are Dangerous for Cats
The kitchen can be filled with all sorts of toxic festive food, ones to watch out for are:
It’s advised to lock the cat out of the kitchen while cooking to avoid the risk of burns.
Some cats find Christmas stressful (just like some humans).
The increase of noise, objects and people in the home can result in high
anxiety. If your cat wants to hide away ensure all the family know to give them
space and let them interact on the cat’s own terms. Set up a quiet room in the
home with fresh water, food and a cat litter tray in easy reach (but not near
the food or sleeping area) and your cat should be able to relax in comfort.
We’d like to take this moment to wish you all a very merry Christmas. Don’t forget you can find us on Facebook where we encourage the sharing of all your favourite festive cat pics!
Christmas just isn’t Christmas without the cats getting involved. As annoying as it can be, cats helping to wrap presents is just part of the fun. Then there’s the classic ‘cat destroying the Christmas tree’ scenario. As much as we love our feline friends lending a hand with the decorating, we do appreciate that they can be a little [...]
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