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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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No pet owner likes to leave their animal behind when they go out of town, but sometimes this is the best option. Your animal may not be able to come where you are going, or they may simply not travel very well. Whatever the case may be, it is important that your animal is well taken care of while you are away. If you have a cat, then you should consider a cat boarding facility. These locations generally board cats exclusively, so you don't have to worry about other animals being there. Here are three reasons to board your cat when you go out of town. 

Your Cat Will Not Destroy Anything At Home 

If you leave your cat at home alone, they may become lonely and anxious, or they may simply be curious. When this happens, some cats begin to destroy things. They may scratch up furniture, eat things they shouldn't, poop and pee in the wrong locations, and the list goes on. Rather than worrying about any of this, you should consider a cat boarding facility. Your cat will be in a cat-friendly location where they can't really destroy anything. They will also likely feel less anxious because they will not be left entirely alone. 

They Have Their Own Private Space 

When you check your cat into a cat boarding facility, you have the comfort of knowing that they have their own private space. This will consist of a good sized kennel for them to walk around, play, eat, and sleep in. They will have a comfortable bed and access to water at all times. Depending on your instructions, they will be feed as much and whenever you'd like. Most cat boarding facilities even have things like cat posts, cat nip toys, and other toys located inside of the kennels. These individual kennels give your cat the privacy that most cats like and it stops them from fighting with or becoming anxious around any of the other cats in the facility. 

You Can Call And See How Your Cat Is Doing

If you leave your cat at home alone, you really have no way to check on them, unless you have someone come over to your home specifically to check on your cat. However, in a boarding facility, there is always someone there who is with your cat and can tell you how they are doing. This can help you feel much more at ease while you are away from your cat because you know that they are okay, and if you are anxious, you can call. With today's technology, you can even video call so that you can actually see your cat as well.