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Tips On How To Groom Your Cat Before we begin to give you additional information on this topic, take a moment to think about what you already know. Cats are basically very tidy creatures. They are in the habit of grooming themselves by licking every part of their body clean with their tongue. This habit of tongue-bathing has several benefits to your pet cat: - promotes better circulation of the blood - gets rid of dead skin cells - removes excess/dead hair on their coat - tones their muscles - keeps the fur soft and clean Here are several ways to keep your cat well-groomed: 1.
Purina Pro Plan, for instance, has reformulated its entire line of senior cat foods to address the changing nutritional needs of aging cats in two different phases of the senior lifestage: ages 7 to 11 (mature) and 11 and up (senior). As cats age, there's a gradual decline in the body's ability to repair itself, maintain normal body functions and adapt to stresses in the environment.
Start by opening the flap fully, just showing the tit-bit, then next time close the flap a little bit and keep on doing so until the cat realises that the flap will open with a small push of the head. Cats like to sharpen their claws on most household furniture! Suites, corners of walls (thick paper), carpets.
The scratching that they do is a way of trimming their nails and it removes the old outer part of the claws. Another reason they are ruining your home is because they know it to be their territory. They release a scent from special glands in their paws which helps them mark the area as theirs. They also do it because they are working the kinks out of their body as well as burning some energy.
Cats treasure the freedom to move freely. When it comes to the food of your cat, you may give free-choice feedings or scheduled feedings. If the cat is given free choice, it will feed every few hours. This is usually for cats who lead active lives. But if the cat is facing an obesity problem, then scheduled feedings should be best.
Do not ignore your cat when you are mad at it, cats do not understand this behaviour and will feel insecure. Your cat will not know from the start that it has to use a scratch post to sharpen its claws. You need to teach it to do so. If your cat beings to attack the furniture, clearly say NO . Then take the cat to the scratching post and put its paws on it.