Cats and holidays: how to keep your cat safe
What could be more fun than a cat in a collar, painted with felt-tip pens and decorated with bells? But for the cat and your family, the holidays are also a time to be careful. To ensure that both your children and your cat enjoy a fun and safe holiday, take note of the following tips.
Cats and holidays
- Your cat may feel fear and anxiety if the doorbell is constantly ringing and all she sees are children in strange clothes and masks. For the evening, put her in a safe place (such as in a carrier bag or in a separate room) – this will help her calm down, besides, she will not run out of the constantly opening front door.
- Finally, all sweets must be hidden in a place inaccessible to the cat, especially chocolate, which is very dangerous for her.
These simple tips will help keep your cat safe and healthy over the holidays.