By gilbert. Cat House. Published at Wednesday, April 18th, 2018 - 05:43:42 AM.
It may be that your cat is always laying on your furniture and leaving clumps of fur all over the place. While it seems the hair comes off of the cat easily, it then likes being attached to your furniture and is hard to remove.
When it comes to the family pets, the dogs seem to always get everything. They have dog houses, a load of toys, they get to do the outside walks and rides in the car. But, what about the family cat? Other than a few jingle bell toys, and maybe one mouse on a bouncy string, what does the cat get? Not a heck of a lot. If you ask me, thats unfair to the cat. Its like playing favorites among the kids, and the cat is losing. You may say your cat is unfriendly. Well, you would be unfriendly too if you saw a sibling getting all the goods and you didnt get any. Its time the cat gets its fair due.
Another problem many people have with their cats is their desire to claw things. That can often be your chairs and sofas. Often when this happens, your cat is just telling you it wants something to use to stretch out and get a workout for its claws.
If your cat indoors all or part of the time you can get a house for them as well. These are also made of wood, but then often covered in carpet or other material that is perfect for your cat to crawl or climb on. They also come in many shapes and sizes. Give your cat a beach house with one that looks like a sandcastle or match your ultra modern motif with a smooth angled thoroughly modern cat house. Some even look like a real house and come complete with a scratching post and pillow.
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