Nothing Compares To A Curious Cat

 1- Cats tend to be clean animals. They spend much of their time grooming themselves, so you will rarely have to bathe your feline friend. And unlike dogs, your cat won’t go outside and roll in unpleasant things or pick a fight with a skunk. Because cats are so good at keeping themselves clean, they usually feel softer and cleaner than many other animals when you pet them.

 

 

2- Cats are quiet. Even the loudest, most insistent meows are much quieter than most barks. Especially when your cat is trying their hardest to annoy you into giving them extra treats, their meow sounds are most of the time quite adorable. You probably will never have neighbors complaining about your cat meowing too much or too loudly.

 

 

3- Cats are relatively low-maintenance. Kitties are much more self-sufficient than other pets, particularly dogs. Cats don’t need to be taken outside multiple times a day for bathroom and exercise walks. Cats also don’t require nearly as much training as dogs and truly are self-cleaning. Though cats still need love and attention just like other companion animals, they don’t require quite as much interaction. A cat is content to curl up next to you while you work, while a dog may demand your undivided attention. Cats also tend to entertain themselves while you are away and are less likely to destroy your house.

 

 

4 Cats are relatively low-maintenance. Kitties are much more self-sufficient than other pets, particularly dogs. Cats don’t need to be taken outside multiple times a day for bathroom and exercise walks. Cats also don’t require nearly as much training as dogs and truly are self-cleaning. Though cats still need love and attention just like other companion animals, they don’t require quite as much interaction. A cat is content to curl up next to you while you work, while a dog may demand your undivided attention. Cats also tend to entertain themselves while you are away and are less likely to destroy your house.

 

5 Cats are super easy to potty train. Most kittens already know how to use the litter box as soon as you bring them home. Even cats that were born stray or feral instinctively know to bury their waste after going to the bathroom. The most you will have to do to potty train your new furry friend is to show them where the litter box is and how to dig in the (clean) litter using your own hand.

 

6 Avid mousers unite to help protect your home from pests. The mere presence of a cat is usually enough to keep rodents away. However, if a rogue rodent does find its way into your house, your cat’s natural predator instincts will kick in. Though it can be unpleasant finding remains of your fluffy friend’s hunting victories, it still beats having vermin running loose throughout your home. Cats are also excellent hunters of insects, keeping your home safe from moths, houseflies, and other creepy crawlies (be warned, however; some types of bugs aren’t very tasty to cats). As such, your cat probably won’t do much in the way of keeping ladybugs out of your home.

 

7 Cats are ideal for apartment dwellers. If you live in an apartment, you are more likely to be allowed to have a cat than a dog. Many apartments don’t allow pet dogs but will still allow tenants to have a cat or two. Cats also take up less space, so they tend to be happier living in an apartment. Because cats use the litter box and don’t need to be taken outside to use the bathroom or to exercise, it is easier to keep a cat in upper-level apartments than a dog as well, as you won’t need to bring it down the stairs multiple times a day.

 

 

 

  1. Cats Are Excellent Companions Cats like to be where their favorite humans are but are often less needy than their canine counterparts. Cats are usually content to sit quietly near their favorite human while they work or read a book. There is nothing better than a cat purring on your lap after a long day.

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