Cats are known for interfering with people’s allergies and if you find yourself living with a cat, it can quickly become a poor experience. Luckily, there are few easy solutions for keeping your home clean and free of excessive dandruff. Review these paragraphs and implement the ideas if you find yourself suffering from too much cat fur in the air.
Make sure your cat is always well groomed. Brush your cat’s fur often to help it be shiny and healthy. Doing this frequently can help them keep their coat clean. It’s also helpful in reducing how much cats shed and how often they spit out those dreaded hairballs. Your cat should be kept groomed so that they look great and you’ll also make your home look good.
Check your cat for ticks and fleas every week. If your cat does have fleas, there is a good chance that you also have fleas in your home. You might need some flea bombs or premise-control sprays, along with treating the cat, to get rid of the issue. If you don’t know what products to use for controlling ticks and fleas, talk to your vet for some safe options.
Make your own enclosed litter box from a large tote box with a lid. Use a coffee can lid as a pattern to cut a door in one side of the tote. Place the coffee can lid fairly high up on the side of the tote. Trace around it with a permanent marker. Cut out the circle with tin snips or a box cutter. Add litter. Put on the lid.
Consider adopting multiple cats, especially it will be spending a significant amount of time alone. One cat can do fine alone, however two are not much more work or expense than one, and can keep each other company and entertain each other. This will stave off boredom, especially if you work long hours.
If you have more than one cat, you should have as many litter boxes as you have cats. If too many cats have to share the same litter box, it can mean disaster. The cats may choose not to share their eliminating space, instead, using other areas, such as clean laundry or hidden corners of the home to do their business.
Sometime a second cat will calm a single destructive cat. This seems counter-intuitive, asking for twice the destruction, but a second cat can give them both something to do. Introduce them slowly and expect some initial squabbles. After a while, though, the cats will usually get along and the destructive behavior will subside.
When your cat is due to deliver babies, ensure that she has a comfortable area with some space. Delivery can take between three and four hours. If the birth takes an excessively long time or you believe a kitten is stuck inside, an immediate visit to the veterinary hospital is essential.
You can now breathe easy without suffering from serious allergies and breaking down into a snotty spectacle. Keeping the house clean means you can live indoors with a feline and never suffer any side effects. Most allergy sufferers are victims of dandruff or fur that drifts around the room, accumulating until cleaned.