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Indoor Cat Guide - Page 3 of 4 - Tried & tested helpful tips on raising healthy & happy indoor cats.
  • Cats are instinctive animals so their behavior has a lot to do with what their survival instincts signal them to do. Cats are not omnivores as dogs are, so cats aren’t attracted to the grass for the nutritional instinct. Scientists hypothesize that cats like cat grass because of their instinct to ingest laxatives to help […]

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  • If you’ve ever despaired about not being able to own a cat because you have cat allergies, then fear not and read on, because I will tell you from my experience that it is possible to live with a cat even if you have allergies. I was never allergic to cats growing up, but in […]

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  • Are you sick of taking allergy medication everyday? You can try cat-proofing remedies at home such as getting an air purifier or a vacuum for cat hair (these are my recommended air purifier and vacuum with HEPA filter 99.9% that I use). The short answer to getting rid of cat allergies forever is allergy immunotherapy. […]

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  • If your boyfriend’s only excuse to not get a cat is because he’s allergic, then throw this in his face! You can get a cat breed that won’t trigger allergies. In this day and age, you can be a cat lady and be in a relationship. What is the Best Cat for Someone with Allergies? The […]

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  • Depending on who you ask and their experience with raising cats, the response to whether pet insurance is worth it for an indoor cat will vary. This makes it incredibly difficult to make a decision that you feel good about. The short answer is, yes, pet insurance is worth it for an indoor cat but […]

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  • Adopting a cat is exciting but can also be a bit stressful if you’re not prepared because you can find yourself scrambling to go buy stuff that your cat needs last minute while you have a stressed out cat hiding in the closet. Whether it’s your first time adopting a cat or the 10th time, […]

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  • Whether it’s a short ride to the vet or driving across the country, driving with a cat is a royal pain in the ass with constant meowing that’s distracting. The problem is that Charlie associates being in the carrier with a negative feeling. So, I wanted to let him roam the car, but I wasn’t […]

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  • There’s a difference between normal scaredy cat behavior and a cat who is chronically scared all the time. Does your cat always hide and run away? Does your cat hiss and swat at anything that comes near him/her? Or perhaps your cat jumps at any and every sound. If you’ve observed your cat’s behavior as […]

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  • The world is divided when it comes to whether walking cats on a leash is a bad idea. But everyone is probably in agreement about if it is weird to walk a cat. The answer is YES, of course it’s weird to walk your cat since it’s not the norm and cats are not known […]

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  • It’s kind of obvious what my personal take is on whether I should let my cat outside given the website name…  But I’ve done my research and if you live in an urban area, the short answer is no, it is not recommended by experts such as cat behaviorists and animal advocates to let your […]

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