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Best tips for Cat Care

April 5, 2023

Cats are amazing and they can do anything. They're also very cute and fun to play with, which makes them even better! By now you already know how much we love the cats. So we put together few basic tips for you to understand your scratching dons.. Yeah we call them dons coz you can't own a cat, a cat owns you!

1. Cats need to be brushed and shed

Brushing is the most important part of cat care, as it helps your pet to keep their fur clean and healthy. Regular brushing will also help to remove dead hair which can build up over time and cause discomfort for cats, as well as prevent skin problems such as fleas or parasites. Cat parents should also be aware that while shedding is natural in all cats at some point during their life cycle (even human mothers shed), excessive shedding can lead to hairballs being passed around the home – causing accidents! If you see any sign that your cat has been suffering from an allergic reaction due to excessive grooming then talk with your vet about what steps you can take together.

2. Cats are independent, but they still like affection from their owners

Cats don't need to be cuddled or walked around by their owners. They're happy to be left alone! If you want your cat to spend more time with you, then make sure that she has plenty of toys and places where she can hide so that she doesn't feel threatened by your presence all the time. Identify her favourite hiding places and keep a couple of litter boxes there. Most cats naturally walk into the boxes without any training.  You can also try leaving some cat food out for her on the table so that she knows what it is when it looks like there's no one around (but don't leave any bowls out: cats hate water).

3. Cats benefit from routine

They like to know what to expect and how their environment will change over time, which is why they need a routine that includes feeding and playing with the same toys every day. Cats can also benefit from regular vet visits and other medical care, as well as exercise so that your kitty stays fit. Cat parents are often surprised at how much their cats enjoy being groomed or brushed by humans—they're just as happy being pampered as dogs! Cats also love having their ears cleaned regularly with cotton balls soaked in warm water before bedtime so they wake up feeling fresh-faced in the morning (and ready for another adventure). The market today sells a ton cat care products. Observe your cat, talk to your vet and buy products that will become part of their routine.

4. Cat owners need to cat-proof their homes to protect the animals and the house

If you're a cat parent, you know just how fragile they are. They can be easily injured by things like glass and sharp objects that can cause severe wounds. You also need to be careful with chemicals, as some may be poisonous to them and could make your cat sick or even kill it if ingested in large quantities.

When it comes to cat-proofing your home for your furry friend's safety, there are some things that should always be kept out: Always keep foods high in protein (meat) away from cats' reach because they might become too excited about eating them and accidentally eat something dangerous instead of reaching for food like a normal animal would do when being fed by their human owners. Be aware of what's going on around the house so any potential dangers don't come into play when you're not looking at them!

5. They also have visual, olfactory, tactile, and auditory needs

Cats are very sensitive to smells. Their sense of smell is so good that they can detect a drop of water in an open container just by smelling it, which is why they're often found soaking up the scent around their food bowls.

Cats also have excellent hearing and vision, which helps them navigate their surroundings when they're hunting or exploring new territory. In addition to those senses, cats have a better sense of taste than humans do!

6. Cats are clean animals that groom themselves regularly

Cats are fastidious groomers. They have a tongue that is covered with tiny barbs, which they use to remove loose hair and dirt. The cat also uses its tongue to clean its face and ears, as well as other parts of its body. Cats also lick their fur to keep it clean! If a cat stops grooming altogether, it could be a sign of major illness; take the pet to a veterinarian right away.


Cats are wonderful animals, but they can be difficult to care for. If you're not prepared for it, the task of keeping one happy and healthy can be overwhelming. But don't worry! With some simple tips we've given here, you'll be well on your way to making sure your cat has all of the love and attention he or she deserves.