Taking In A Stray Cat: Everything You Need To Know
Your cat will likely be resistant to a bath, especially if he or she has never had one before. You should take a few steps to prepare in this situation. First, lay a towel or non-slip mat on the bottom of the tub; it helps your cat feel more secure.
Second, remember to only fill the tub with a few inches of warm water. Third, wear long sleeves and pants to protect your arms and legs from possible scratches. It’s also a good idea to play with your cat before the bath. This helps the cat feel safe with you, which may make him or her less likely to panic.
5. Enjoy your new pet! Now you get to enjoy the fun part of pet ownership. It’s time to play and snuggle with your new kitty. Pretty soon, you’ll be best friends. Your new cat now has a cat home! Decide whether you want your new cat to be an inside house cat or outside cat. If indoors, make sure it has a clean litter box to use!
If they will be an outdoor animal, make sure they have a door or some way to come in, if the weather gets bad. And, don’t forget to give him/her a name! Taking in a stray cat is actually pretty nice!
And, don’t forget to give him/her a name! And, don’t forget to share your new bundle of joy with friends on Facebook Twitter or any of your social media pages! So fun to brag about them and share them!