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September is Happy Cat Month!

Cats are wonderful companions and pets. This month, take some time to ensure as a cat owner, you are dedicated to making sure you have a happy feline friend. Let’s discuss some things to consider when evaluating how happy your cat may be and consider some extra things you can do to increase your cat’s happiness…

Keep your cat in good shape. Exercise and playtime as well as interactive toys all help provide mental and physical stimulation for your cat. Make time for regular playtime with your cat and provide toys that he/she can play with independently.

Provide entertainment in addition to toys and playtime. Make sure your cat has a good spot to look out on the world. Without entertainment and enrichment activity, boredom and destructive behavior can ensue.

Provide the necessities. Your cat needs fresh food and water and a clean litter box. This is the foundation for your cat’s happy life.

Quality nutrition. review your cat’s health history and diet with your veterinarian to make sure your kitty is getting all the proper nutrients she/he needs and the right amount and type of food for her/his lifestyle and age. Variety is the spice of life, so switch up flavors of your cat’s food, or indulge in some different treats.

Satisfy your cat’s natural instincts. Cats have a natural urge to scratch which cares for their claws and helps them stretch. provide a scratching post. This also helps save your furniture. It’s even better if you provide a cat pole with perches and hiding places. Cats love to climb and hide.

Regular veterinary visits. Regular veterinary appointments are important to keep your cat healthy.This is not only important for your cat’s overall health and wellness but is also an important preventive measure.

Even if your cat is an indoor cat, there are ways she/he can explore the big outdoors. Some cats can be walked on a leash, which provides safe outdoor exploration. If your cat is not accepting of the leash, you can try an enclosed cat stroller or try a catio – an enclosed outdoor structure or area where your cat can enjoy fresh air, get exercise, and take in the outdoors safe from predators and the dangers of getting lost.

Every now and then, bring home a new treat or new toy as a surprise.




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