Whether you have one, two or many, cats can be wonderful members of your family. Because cats can be territorial, however, it is necessary to be cautious when bringing home a new cat and introducing it to your other feline family members.
Once a pet has discovered that human food taste better than pet food, there’s no telling how far they will go just to get a piece of the action. This especially applies to cats as they are smaller and able to jump on high surfaces like your kitchen table.
It might seem unusual to see a cat walking peacefully at the end of a leash, but with patience and perseverance, it is possible to leash train a cat. But why should cat owners bother?
Why Try Leash Training?
Walking on a leash can be a great experience for a cat.
Pet owners who keep their cats indoors not only protect their local wildlife, but also protect their favorite feline. Even if a cat is used to being outdoors, it is still easy to give them a fantastic life indoors.
Why Keep Cats Indoors?
Pets can be expensive, with thousands of dollars in vet care, supplies, food and more. But savvy pet owners can take very easy steps to lessen the cost of pet care without giving up their furred, feathered or scaled companions.
Locally owned and operated for over 30 years, here at Pet Food Discounters we take great pride in providing for all your pets' needs.
We understand that your pets are more than just a pet, but another member of the family. So we do our best to treat your pet like our pet!
We offer expert nutritional knowledge when offering healthy foods and treats for your special pet. With supplies ranging from your dog and
cat to gerbils and horses, we can find just what your pet needs.