You love your cat, and you know all too well how many dangers are out there in the city. Cars, cruel people, diseased cats, dogs... etc. You look sadly at your cat watching birds from the window, knowing that he'll never be able to feel the grass on his paws.
It's time to make a decision. Will you put your cat out the door and wait for something terrible to happen, or keep your cat inside for his/her whole life?
This decision does not have to be difficult! Your cat can have the best of both worlds, with only a little effort from you.
It's time to invest in a cat harness and leash. Leash walking is a great idea if you live in an apartment or other place where you can't build an enclosure. It's also the more affordable option!
If you thought leash walking was just for dogs, you're quite wrong. With a little bit of training, not only will your cat be getting some fresh air, but you will be getting out too. It won't be like walking a dog (cats are bit more stubborn!) but it will still be a great bonding experience and your cat will probably love it in no time! I'll write an article in the future just on the topic of walking your cat.
(Considering a cat walking harness for your cat? Check out the selections at Petoodles!)
|Happy kitten on a leash at the playground|
An outdoor enclosure is a fantastic option if you don't want your busy schedule interrupted by cat walking breaks. Outdoor enclosures don't usually cost too much, and can be as simple or as fancy as you would like. There are many ideas for cat runs, pens, and even cat proof fencing that you can buy if you want a little bit more ease.