There can be alot more to a cat’s purr then you might think.
Cats are not so different from humans when it comes to healthcare. As we would schedule a routine visit with our GP perhaps once or twice a year to ensure our health is up to scratch, the same is needed for cats outside of any other health emergencies. While seeming self-sufficient and are usually good at hiding any non-obvious pain, this is more reason for you to identify any emerging health issues before they have a chance to get worse.
Understanding Feline Behaviour
Cats are great companions for humans. They are independent and wonderfully curious animals, who jump and climb and hide and seek. We must carefully observe and understand their behaviours and body language to help ensure they stay happy and healthy.
Animals are part of the family.
There are so many benefits to having a pet in your life, with growing evidence that owning a pet can be good for your physical and mental health. Helping to reduce stress and depression and help lower blood pressure.
Cats will spend a few hours a day grooming and cleaning themselves, but they also need some human help too. The repetitive practice of self-grooming stimulates endorphins, helping cats to relax, reduce stress and help calm themselves down.