What Kitty Wants
Enneacat: An Enneagram personality test for cats
1. The Rigid Perfectionist
The Exacting Kitty
2. The Seductive Empath
The Affectionate Kitty
3. The Applauded Performer
The Admired Kitty
4. The Sensitive Individualist
The Moody Kitty
5. The Detached Observer
The Watchful Kitty
6. The Cautious Skeptic
The Skittish Kitty
7. The Inquisitive Explorer
The Curious Kitty
8. The Territorial Intimidator
The Boss Kitty
9. The Peaceful Accommodator
The Easygoing Kitty
Choosing a cat scratching post/scratcher: 3 basic considerations
When choosing something for your cat to scratch on consider whether your cat will use it, how long you need it to last, and if you can live with it in your space.
How to slow down a cat that eats too fast or too much
If your cat eats too much food or eats too fast then explore what interactive feeders and portion-control feeders can do to help.
Choosing the best cat drinking bowl, fountain, or water dispenser
The best way to make sure your cat drinks enough water is to make it appealing. This often has to do with taste, temperature, and attraction to the water source.
Buy a cat enclosure to give your indoor cat a safe outdoor space
To give your indoor cat some outdoor time you'll want something that will not only keep your cat from wandering off or getting lost outside but also a space where your cat feels safe.
2 safe ways to take your cat on a bike ride: baskets and trailers
Whether your cat is an indoor cat or an outdoor cat, pet baskets and pet trailers provide two safe ways to take your cat along with you on your bike rides.
Walking my cat on a leash: what should I know when starting
It's not that cats can't be walked on a harness and leash, it's just that it takes some patience getting a cat used to the idea.
Practical solutions for a cat that drinks from the faucet
Understand why some cats like to drink from the faucet so you can provide appealing alternatives or solutions that don't waste water.
How to make your cat's window watching safer and more enjoyable
Your cat is naturally drawn to window watching and will find a way to do so. Here's how you can make that experience safer for your cat and more enjoyable for both of you.
Alternatives to walking your cat on leash: carriers and strollers
You can take your cat with you on a walk, hike, or jog without your cat actually having to walk by using a sling carrier, backpack carrier, or pet stroller.
Cat TV: Video and audio to help stimulate and relax your cat.
You can give your cat an on demand virtual window by playing videos to capture your cat's attention. Music made for cats can help anxious cats relax.
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