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As a cat lover, you would naturally want your furry friend to lead a long, healthy, happy and active life. One of the best ways to achieve this is by making sure your cat’s diet has the right balance of the five major nutrient groups: protein, fats & oils, vitamins, minerals and carbohydrates.
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As cat owners, have you ever tried talking to your cats? While the “meows” and baby talk can be cute and entertaining, a better way to communicate with your cats is by observing their actions or behaviours. A way to tell how they are feeling is by look at their ears – they can actually tell you a lot about how they feel at any particular situation. You can analyse the position and movement of their ears as this is one of the ways your cats communicate and tell you how they are feeling.
There can be a lot of reasons that would lead an owner to keep their cat indoors such as illness, or even lifestyle constraints. However, because they do not have access to the outdoors, it is important for owners to ensure they remain active and still have an active lifestyle. Read on to find out what a house cat needs for their overall well-being.
Cats can thrive and live happily indoors, given the right environment. By creating an environment that keeps your cat constantly moving, combined with care and good nutrition, you can give your cat the same benefits of outdoor living, inside.