Things to consider when adopting a cat, the Essential Guides
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It’s time to help your cat or kitten settle into their new home! Following the advice here will help to ensure they soon become used to their new surroundings.
Caring for Your Cat Cats can be independent souls and are great pets for people with busy lifestyles, but they still need to be looked after. Keep your cat happy and healthy by following this advice.
Feeding and Obesity Pop into your local pet shop or supermarket and you will be faced with a whole aisle full of cat food. So, how do you know which one to feed to your cat?
Neutering Cats Protection believes that having your cat neutered is an essential part of responsible cat ownership.
Find out more about this harmless procedure here.
Feline Behaviour There are some things your cat will do which are just instinctive. Before taking on a cat, you should be sure that you're happy to live with these behavioural habits.
Moving House Moving house can be a big deal for cats – much of their feeling of security and ability to relax comes from being surrounded by the familiar sights, sounds and scents of their own territory.
Cats and the Law Much of the law in relation to animals has now been consolidated in the Animal Welfare Act 2006 and in the Animal Health & Welfare (Scotland) Act 2006. This PDF also refers to other legislation that remains relevant.
True feral cats are the offspring of stray or abandoned domestic cats. They live wild in towns, cities or rural areas and may have little or no contact with humans. As a result, they are often scared of people and as such will avoid them.