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Five Ways to Keep Your Indoor Cat Stimulated

April 2, 2020 11:29 pm Published by

While many cats do enjoy spending time outdoors, it’s generally agreed that indoors is the safer place for our feline friends. If you have an indoor-only cat, it’s extremely important that you provide an adequate amount of mental stimulation to keep your kitty from becoming bored or stressed. Exercise is also a must for indoor cats so they don’t become overweight (or even lazier than some of them already are). As someone with an indoor cat, you’ve probably searched the internet for easy ways to keep your pet happy, healthy and entertained. We would be happy to provide a few... View Article

Catios: What They Are and Why You Should Get or Make One

March 13, 2020 9:13 pm Published by

Your cat more than likely lives the good life, just by virtue of being a cat, but most cats—indoor and outdoor alike—long to be outdoors. Unfortunately, there are many dangers outdoors, from wild animals to passing cars, making some owners hesitant to let their cats out even for a short time. The solution? A catio! It’s a cat-friendly enclosure that your pet can access from a pet door, allowing them to enjoy fresh air, sunshine and outdoor stimulation while still keeping them safe. There are a lot of pre-built options that you can install, but you can also build your... View Article

Bringing a New Cat Into a Home with an Existing Pet

December 11, 2019 12:02 am Published by

Many people choose to celebrate the holidays or new year by opening up their home and hearts to a new pet. The holidays in Alexandria, VA are a wonderful time to add to the family, but bringing new pets into the home can be tricky. If you are planning to celebrate by bringing home a new pet this season, here are some things you should know. Create a safe space If you are bringing a pet home from a shelter, or even a pet store, chances are they’ve spent the last few weeks or months in a rather small space... View Article

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