Caring for an Outdoor Cat
Not all cats do well indoors. If you live in a neighborhood with an outdoor cat without a family, he isn’t likely to take to being cooped up inside. Instead, you can make him as comfortable and healthy as you can while he lives the outdoor life.
Always make sure he has a bowl of clean water. That might mean cleaning out and replacing the bowl multiple times a day. You’ll have to clean out the food bowl too. When the cat is done eating his breakfast and dinner, remove the bowl from outside so other animals don’t get to it.
Your outdoor friend would appreciate having a place to get out of the elements. That might mean an insulated cat house or a simple porch covering that allows him to get out of the rain.
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