September is Happy Healthy Cat Month


September is Happy Healthy Cat Month

 

September is National Happy, Healthy Cat Month. You can celebrate this month by making sure you have a cat that is as healthy and happy as you can get. Cats are easier to please than you would think. Keeping them healthy is a bit more of an effort but it is well worth it. A responsible pet parent would make every month Happy, Healthy Cat Month, but this is a good time to get people to think about what effort they have to put in for their feline friend.

 

Keep Them Purring

 

A healthy cat is a happy cat. Don't wait until you think your cat is sick to go to the vet. For one thing, a cat doesn't like people to know when they're ailing. Get Kitty to the vet for check-ups and preventive treatment. Prevent parasites from possessing your purring pal. Even if you have an indoor cat, fleas can find their way to her. Find out about effective prevention methods. If money is a concern, there is health insurance for cats. Look into it.

 

Feed the Kitty

 

Kitty sure does love to eat! Her favorite food is meat. Cats need a diet that is low in carbs and high in protein. Your cat is an obligate carnivore. She needs meat. Your cat food should list some form of meat as the first ingredient. They should not have artificial colors, fillers or additives. Every cat has his or her own vitamin needs. Ask your doctor what's best.

Be careful not to overfeed Kitty! This is the most common mistake cat owners make. They equate food with love and give their beloved pet more food than she really needs, and Kitty gleefully eats it. The result is a fat little kitty with a high risk of diabetes, cancer and arthritis. Make sure your cat is getting enough exercise as well.

 

Cats Just Want to Have Fun

 

Let Kitty have some fun! Give her places she can climb and claw to her heart's content. Bond with your fur baby by playing with her at least fifteen minutes a day. Even the most domestic of cats likes to hunt. Give her things she can chase and swat around.

Would you like to know more ways to keep your cat healthy and happy? Just take a look at this infographic.

 

 

Mary Nielsen founded FelineLiving.net and is a passionate cat lover, blogger, and part-time music teacher. She founded her blog to share her ups and downs of being a pet parent to a bunch of adorable kittens and cats. When she is not playing with them or teaching, you can find her experimenting in the kitchen.

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