Apartment Life and Your Cat

Cats make excellent pets for people who live in apartments since they don’t take up much room, they are relatively quiet and can stay inside all the time. However, before you adopt a cat, read your lease. Some landlords forbid pets while others will restrict the size, species or number of pets. You may need to pay an extra security deposit or a little extra in your rent if you have a cat. Once you know cats are allowed in your apartment, set up your home for your new cat. Place a litter box and an eating/drinking station in separate areas of the apartment. Give her high perches such as a shelf or windowsill so she can peruse her territory from a safe vantage point. Provide a bed and leave a few toys around and you’re ready to bring your cat home. Learn more from your pet clinic Portage, MI.


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