Making sure your cat gets regular veterinary care is one of the most important things you can do to keep her safe. Fluffy should be microchipped, spayed or neutered, and up to date with exams, vaccines, and parasite control products. At home, watch for any signs of illness. Call your vet immediately if you notice anything unusual.
Proper nutrition is crucial to your feline buddy’s health. Offer your cat the best pet food you can afford. It’s fine to pamper Fluffy with occasional treats, but you don’t want to go overboard with fatty snacks. Let your vet’s recommendations, not your furry overlord’s plaintive meows, dictate your kitty’s feeding schedule.
Fluffy’s playful streak is one of her most adorable—and often hilarious—traits. Your furball doesn’t always know what is best for her, so you’ll need to take a few precautions to keep her safe. Remove or secure toxic plants; chemicals; medicine; plastic bags and ties; small items; sharp objects; and anything with dangling rope or thread.
Keeping Fluffy Safe
Cats may be bold and fearless, but at the end of the day, they are quite small, and are very vulnerable to dangers like cars, predators, and chemicals. Fluffy will be both safer and healthier staying inside.
As we all know, Fluffy is very fond of naps. In fact, your furball may spend the majority of her time dozing, snoozing, and sleeping. While your kitty’s napping predilection is adorable, it isn’t doing her waistline any favors. Keep your cat active by offering her lots of toys, and playing with her regularly.
Cats need to feel loved to truly be happy. If your kitty feels sad, lonely, or afraid, the stress will take a toll on her. Keep that motor going by paying your furry friend lots of attention. Many of our feline buddies love to be cuddled, petted, and complimented!
Do you have questions or concerns about your kitty’s health or care? We can help! Contact us, your local Livonia, MI animal hospital, today.