How to prep your home for an adopted Cat
Before your new cat arrives, you should set up you’re home. Here are 6 crucial things you have to get you and your family prepared.
1. Food and water bowls
It is crucial that you have your food prepared and dishes chose before the landing of your new feline companion. In spite of the fact that it may appear to be strong, plastic is not a decent decision. Felines are regularly adversely affected by plastic and create what is called “cat skin inflammation” on their chin. Likewise, plastic can get scratched and after that hold bacteria and germs that are bad for your kitty.
2. Scratching posts and corrugated cardboard scratch pads
Scratch pads are an unquestionable requirement for kitties to do what they do normally, extend and scratch. With a little catnip rubbed on the scratching pads, your feline will just need to scratch here and not on your furniture.
3. A new litter box and litter
Most felines are indoor cats and need a place to do their business. For that you will require another litter box and litter. Never utilize your previous feline’s litter box or any utilized litter box, regardless of the amount you scrub it. While litters come in every diverse types, for example, clay or clumping, attempt ARM & HAMMER™ Clump & Seal™ LightWeight Cat Litter. It’s easy but difficult to carry, pour and store, is 100 percent dust free and has seven-day scent control, ensured.
4. Nail clippers
It is critical to cut your feline’s nails at regular intervals. You don’t need your kitty’s nails to become too long and into their pads on their paws and get tainted, or get caught on fabrics and hauled out of their nail bed. Your veterinarian can demonstrate to you generally accepted methods to securely trim your feline’s nails.
5. Toys that are safe for your kitty to play with alone
Felines need to have heaps of things to do when they are wakeful. It is extraordinary to have a lot of toys to enthrall them at whatever point they feel like playing.
6. Intuitive toys that you can use to play with your kitty, however that you will put away when you are not around
You want to play, your feline loves to play. Why not play together? Intuitive toys, such a pole with a string and a quill, are extraordinary to help your feline get the activity they have to get a decent night’s sleep. Likewise, when your feline first gets back home, on the off chance that they are concealing, say under the bed, this is a decent approach to begin a relationship and great approach to get them to turn out and investigate all alone. Later on, you can utilize this same toy when you need to stand out enough to be noticed for a photograph. If it’s not too much trouble put these toys away when you are not ready to supervise them, on the grounds that you wouldn’t need your feline to swallow the string or the plume; this can be hazardous and life undermining.