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Choosing The Right Animal For My Kids

I have always been one of those people who loves animals, but the same can't be said for my kids. They had a natural tendency to shy away from pets from an early age, and it was really interesting to see how much of a difference it made to start looking into buying an animal. We talked with them about the different breeds we were considering, and before we knew it, they had warmed to the idea. Check out this blog for great information on choosing the right animal for your children, so they can stay safe and happy every day.



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Advice For Taking Your Cat To The Boarders With Less Stress

When you go out of town it is a good idea to take your cat to be boarded, rather than leaving it at home alone. When a cat is left all by itself for an extended period of time it can get lonely and stressed. A stressed cat can cause a lot of damage to your home and it isn't good for the cat either. When your cat is stressed it can do everything from causing damage to your furniture and carpeting by clawing it to spraying in the house and leaving you to deal with odors that will be very hard to get rid of. The advice here will help you take your cat to the boarders without a lot of anxiety on the part of both yourself and your cat:

Start training your cat while it is young

If you know that there will be times you may need to board your cat when you get it as a kitten, then you should start preparing for these occasions early on. While you don't want to take your cat out of the home before it is fully vaccinated, you can start doing so a couple of weeks after its last vaccination in its first series.

Train your cat to walk on a leash and to ride in the car. Even short trips to relatives houses will help your cat get used to traveling and being in different surroundings. This will prove to be extremely helpful when it comes to getting your cat to go to the boarders without issues. It's important to make sure you have a properly fitted harness for your cat to walk to a leash, never use a collar for this. However, make sure you have a breakaway collar on them that has a tag with your contact information, just in case they happen to get loose.

Start socializing your cat early on

When you take your cat to be boarded, there is a good chance that they are going to be near other cats, as well as dogs. If they aren't used to being around other cats and dogs then the sounds of hearing them while they are being boarded can be stressful. This is why it's a good idea for you to take your cat to visit other cat-friendly cats and dogs every once in a while.

Board them for short stays every once in a while

If you are going to go a long length of time between necessary boardings, it may be a good idea to board your cat in-between these necessary times, even if it is just for the day. This way, they will be used to it, so they won't be as anxious when it comes around to the periods where boarding them is a must.

For more information, contact companies like Cat Care Clinic.