You’ve just adopted a new cat, and you’re pumped, you’re so excited to bring your new kitty home, and you can’t wait to get to know your new cuddle buddy.
Have a welcoming environment
Have a safe, comfortable space for your new cat to relax and feel at home in, this might be a room or part of the house that is off-limits to the rest of the family.
Think about what your kitty likes to do, and make sure there are lots of cat-friendly options for your new feline friend, if you have young children, make sure there are no chewable toys or objects that your kitty might want to destroy in the house.
Make sure your cat has a safe and secure environment to live in.
Make sure your new kitty has a good-quality scratching post, an enclosed box to use as a litter box, and a scratching post outside.
Clean the litter box frequently and thoroughly, and change the litter every day or so, you can also play with your new kitty a lot to keep her busy and stimulated.
If you have a garden, make sure you have a secure cat enclosure for your new friend, this could be a covered porch, a lean-to in the garden, or a shed if your cat is adventurous and likes to explore, make sure there are no plants that could be dangerous to her.
Cats are naturally curious, but their curiosity can get them into trouble if your cat likes to explore, make sure there are no harmful or poisonous plants that can harm her. Also, be careful with where you place toys outdoors, as cats are very good at getting them into trouble.
Give your cat a lot of love and attention.
Give your new catplenty of treats and toys to keep her stimulated and interested, interactive toys will help keep your new kitty’s mind engaged and content also, don’t forget to give your new kitty a lot of love and affection this will help her relax and feel safe.
If you’re adopting a new cat, there are a few things you need to consider:
- Are there any health conditions your new kitty is likely to have?
- What is your cat’s personality like?
- What is your home like?
- How much time will you spend with your new cat?
- Do you have the patience for a cat that requires a lot of attention?
- Are you willing to provide your new kitty with a good-quality scratching post, an enclosed box to use as a litter box, and a scratching post outside?
- Are you willing to clean the litter box frequently and thoroughly, and change the litter every day or so?
- Do you have a secure, safe enclosure for your new cat? If so, how often will you clean it?
- Will you play with your new cat often?
- Do you have the time, patience, and love to provide the care your new kitty needs?
- Are you ready for a new pet?
If you’re ready to welcome your new cat to the family, you’ve got everything you need to keep her happy, healthy, and loved, follow these tips and adopt a great new feline.