Feed your cat high-quality cat food appropriate for their age and health needs. Consult your veterinarian for recommendations.
Always ensure your cat has access to clean, fresh water. Cats can be sensitive to the taste of tap water, so you may consider using a water filter.
Schedule regular check-ups and vaccinations with your veterinarian to keep your cat healthy and catch any potential issues early.
Cats need mental and physical stimulation. Provide toys, scratching posts, and interactive playtime to keep them engaged and active.
Depending on your cat's breed and coat length, regular grooming may be necessary to prevent matting and hairballs. Brush your cat and trim their nails as needed.
Create a cat-friendly space with cozy beds, hiding spots, and a clean litter box. Cats thrive in a stress-free and secure environment.
Spend quality time with your cat daily. Cats enjoy human companionship and benefit from social interactions.
Cats have a natural instinct to scratch. Provide appropriate scratching posts and pads to prevent them from damaging furniture.
Keep the litter box clean by scooping waste daily and changing the litter regularly. Cats are more likely to use a clean box.
Cats need their alone time and may sometimes want to be left alone. Respect their boundaries and let them come to you when they're ready for attention.