How to Keep Your Indoor Only Cat Happy

indoor-cat-happy-e1409662119968Indoor cats have a cushy life with food they don’t have to catch, soft beds, and warm laps.

They live longer, too, because they don’t face the dangers of cars, predators, other cats, weather, and many diseases. The life span of an indoor cat can be between 12 and 18 years, while a free-roaming cat may live for as little as 3.

Still, it’s not always catnip for indoor kitties, whose instincts are still telling them to hunt, stalk, scratch, and mark their territory. When they don’t have a chance to do these things comfortably, some indoor cats can get depressed, bored, irritated, and even sick.

You can keep your indoor tabby bright-eyed and bushy tailed and make kitty’s indoor world a safe and happy one with these tips for a feline-friendly home.  Read on by clicking the following link:

Keeping Indoors Cats Happy By WebMD Pet Health Feature

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