cat or take it with you
It would seem easy to bathe a cat. But when you get down to business, a number of questions pop up. For example, what temperature should water be, what means is better to use for bathing, to wash a pet in the bathroom, or to use a basin? And is it even possible to bathe cats? About this and much more in our article.
Washing cats: is it necessary and how often?
Cats around the world are known for their cleanliness. But even if the pet never leaves the apartment, harmful bacteria and germs that are spreading through the air, daily settle on his fur coat. When licking, they enter the cat’s digestive tract and, as they accumulate, undermine the immune system and lead to chronic diseases. Continue reading
Spring is slowly but surely coming into its own. With the arrival of heat, cats are increasingly basking on the windowsill in the sun, and their owners are wondering: maybe take the pet out? Do I need to walk a domestic cat? Let’s talk about this in our article.
Is it possible to walk with cats?
Whether the pet will go for walks is decided only by its owner. There is no definite answer to the question of whether to walk a cat.
In general, you can bring a domestic cat to the street, and at any time of the year. Walking allows you to diversify leisure, strengthen health, raise vitality, improve physical fitness. But keep in mind that a pet street is always a big risk. On a walk, a cat can catch a serious infection, get injured, break loose from a harness and run away. Of course, subject to the rules of walking, the probability of trouble is minimal, but it still exists. Therefore, it is up to you to decide! Continue reading
In the warm season, many owners take cats for a walk on the grass or take them with them to the country. But outside the apartment, pets are waiting for not only pleasant adventures, but also dangers. One of them is ixodid ticks.
Ixodid ticks are parasites that live in the environment and feed on the blood of mammals, including humans. By structure, hungry individuals are similar to spiders. But when the tick sticks to the victim and absorbs blood, his body swells and becomes like a large pea.
Contrary to stereotypes, it is not necessary to travel to the forest to meet a tick. A cat can catch a parasite walking in the yard on a harness. Moreover, you yourself can bring the tick into the apartment on shoes or outerwear. The likelihood of a bite is maximized if you take your pet with you to the country. Continue reading