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4 Easy Ways to Make Your Pet Cat Happier || Grooming Pets

4 Easy Ways to Make Your Pet Cat Happier || Grooming Pets

Happier cats live longer and healthier lives. That is why cat parents must make every effort to keep their little tigers happy.

But it isn't that difficult. Cats are incredibly easy to please and amuse. Not to mention, in many circumstances, you'll be having a great time with them.

In this article, we'll go over four fantastic things you can do to guarantee your cat has the best life possible!

1. Inspire your pet cat to stay active.

Most humans are overweight, with their waistlines continuing to spread, and unfortunately, their pets are experiencing the same difficulties.

According to a recent study, approximately 55% of pet cats are now overweight.

This is caused by three major issues: a sedentary lifestyle, a high-calorie diet, and eating too many treats.

When cat owners allow their felines to play and exercise frequently, as well as give them the necessary daily calorie meals, their cat will be healthier and live longer, rather than having a shorter lifespan and costly medical problems.

Even the most basic cat toys can change an obese, sedentary cat into a lean, active feline.

2. Take the cat outside for some fresh air and sunshine.

Cat owners may disagree on whether their pets should stay indoors or outside.

Whatever they chose, parents must ensure that their kitty has a safe place to enjoy the fresh air and sunshine.

They can think about putting up an enclosed cattery or catio to keep their cat safe when it is outside.

 3. Create a high structure where your cat may climb, hide, and observe.

Today's felines are descended from a lengthy line of domestic cats dating back 12,000 years.

According to research, all domestic pet cats descended from a single ancestor: Felis sylvestris lybica, an ancient African wildcat.

This African wildcat is still alive and well, which is why they are familiar with it.

The major attribute that distinguishes it is its modest size.

Because it evolved in the wild, the African wildcat is both a predator and a prey animal.

As a predator, the African wildcat ascended high in the trees/hills to hide and prepare for incoming prey. It climbed up to find sanctuary in high spots where large predators couldn't follow as prey.

So, what does this mean for cat owners and their feline companions? These modern housecats yearn for a lofty, hidden perch. Some nimble cats will naturally climb to the top of a bookcase or refrigerator.

4. Provide something for the pet cat's claws to scratch on.

A cat's claw grows indefinitely.

Because their claws are not cut frequently, they file them by scratching them on any surface.

This tradition, which was passed down from ancestors, provides more benefits than simply clipping their nails.

To safeguard their home's furniture and pillows, for example, they can provide their cat with its scratching surfaces.

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