4 Tips to Care For A New Cat

Caring for a cat is pretty simple, as they tend to stay to themselves and won't really bother their human, except for food. In order to make sure you are giving your best friend the best life they can have follow these tips.

Spay/Neuter your cat as soon as they're old enough, which can happens as early as 8 weeks old. You want to protect your cat from Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV) and Feline Leukaemia Virus (FLV), the longer you wait the more prone they are to these and other infections.

You should take your cat yearly for check ups and regular vaccinations. They should also be de-wormed 4 times a year and be given Flea Away daily to prevent fleas and ticks. Keep your home area and their litter box areas clean to not invite fleas and germs.

Get  your cat microchipped. Cats are very curious animals and can very easily get out of the house to go on an adventure, you want to make sure you can find your cat if he or she becomes lost or stolen. You can get your cat microchipped for a very low cost at low-income shelters around the country. 

Allow your cat to embrace their natural instincts of hunting and roaming around outside. If your cat becomes too bored inside a house, he may adopt destructive behavior or become over weight. You should get a leash for your cat and take them on daily walks and let them climb trees and hunt mice.

Cats are simple creatures, so let them enjoy the good life while you keep them safe and show them love! Try Flea Away today.