Homemade Cat Scratcher

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We love our furry little felines almost as much as our own family, but no one wants their couch and carpets clawed to shreds. Luckily, a few design-minded cat ladies (and gents) have reconceived the lowly cat scratcher into beautifully conceived home items that could almost double as sculptural art for your home. Here, a roundup of our favorites that’ll have your cat living large. Follow us on Facebook , Instagram , and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every…
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Cats OutsideCat Scratching PostBeautiful CatsCool CatsCat TreesCat StuffCat ScratcherGood IdeasWoodsForwardWe love our furry little felines almost as much as our own family, but no one wants their couch and carpets clawed to shreds. Luckily, a few design-minded cat ladies (and gents) have reconceived the lowly cat scratcher into beautifully conceived home items that could almost double as sculptural art for your home. Here, a roundup of our favorites that’ll have your cat living large. Follow us on Facebook , Instagram , and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every…See More
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Nice!

I make a similar scratcher for my cat, but without glue. I'm just about to do an Instructable for it, figured I'd search first and see what else was out there. Free cardboard is so, so handy! I've actually wondered if the companies making the $10 scratchers are *also* getting it free. I bet they are!

I like your step about how a cat is required. 🙂

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no glue. I got the cardboard precut from some envelope boxes. There was a center divider down the center of the flats of envlopes. The cardboard, looked at edgwise, is in a V shape.. I just crammed as many as possible in the frame. You can see about two inches from the end where there's a notch. Originally I made a frameless scratcher by just strapping the cardboard in that notch, However using just the frame works better
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I am in the process of making this and another, horizontal cardboard scratcher. If you have a teenager you want to keep busy for a day or so, I highly recommend this project! Haha! I can’t wait to see the finished project. Had to take a break from cutting, ran out of daylight and the light in my garage isn’t so great.
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Part 2 Making the Post 1 Choose the post. Purchase a 4 in by 4 in (10 cm by 10 cm) piece of wood from the hardware store. Alternatively, nail two 2 in by 4 in (5 cm by 10 cm) pieces of wood together, making sure they line up evenly. 2 Attach the post to the base. Put the base upside down (carpeted side facing the post) on top of the post. Ensure it is centered and screw the post into the base using 2 in (5 cm) wood screws. Then, flip the base around so it is on the ground, with the post on top. The length of the post is up to you, just make sure it is long enough for your cat to stretch on. If you’re not sure how long to make it, measure your cat from nose to end of tail, then add a few in/cm. 3 Cover the top of the post. Get a 4 in by 4 in (10 cm by 10 cm) beveled wood square from the hardware store for a neat post topper. Use wood glue to attach the topper to the post. Alternatively, you can cover the top in carpet and staple it down. Put two staples on each side of the post, rather than on the top. 4 Cut the post carpet to size. It needs to be at least 20 in (51 cm) wide in order to wrap around the post, and the exact height of the post. Use an X-acto knife and a ruler to ensure you have a neat, straight line. 5 Wrap carpet around the post. Start at a corner and staple the carpet in place every 1 in (2.5 cm) vertically. Wrap the carpet completely around the post and staple it in place every 1 in (2.5 cm) along the vertical seam. Cut off any excess, and ensure you have a smooth seam so your cat’s claws don’t snag on the fabric. 6 Use rope as an alternative to carpet. Alternatively, you can wrap the post in sisal rope rather than carpet. Cover your post in non-toxic glue to ensure the rope won’t unravel. Wind the rope around the bottom of the post and staple it in place. Continue winding the rope all the way to the top of the post, making sure your rows are neat, straight, and very close together. Add staples if the glue doesn’t seem to be holding the rope well enough. 7 Flatten the hardware. Use a hammer to flatten the staples down. A staple gun does not always create a flush staple, and you want to ensure your cat’s claws don’t get hung up or ripped out due to a staple sticking out of the post.
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1 Choose the post. Purchase a 4 in by 4 in (10 cm by 10 cm) piece of wood from the hardware store. Alternatively, nail two 2 in by 4 in (5 cm by 10 cm) pieces of wood together, making sure they line up evenly. 2 Attach the post to the base. Put the base upside down (carpeted side facing the post) on top of the post. Ensure it is centered and screw the post into the base using 2 in (5 cm) wood screws. Then, flip the base around so it is on the ground, with the post on top. The length of the post is up to you, just make sure it is long enough for your cat to stretch on. If you’re not sure how long to make it, measure your cat from nose to end of tail, then add a few in/cm. 3 Cover the top of the post. Get a 4 in by 4 in (10 cm by 10 cm) beveled wood square from the hardware store for a neat post topper. Use wood glue to attach the topper to the post. Alternatively, you can cover the top in carpet and staple it down. Put two staples on each side of the post, rather than on the top. 4 Cut the post carpet to size. It needs to be at least 20 in (51 cm) wide in order to wrap around the post, and the exact height of the post. Use an X-acto knife and a ruler to ensure you have a neat, straight line. 5 Wrap carpet around the post. Start at a corner and staple the carpet in place every 1 in (2.5 cm) vertically. Wrap the carpet completely around the post and staple it in place every 1 in (2.5 cm) along the vertical seam. Cut off any excess, and ensure you have a smooth seam so your cat’s claws don’t snag on the fabric. 6 Use rope as an alternative to carpet. Alternatively, you can wrap the post in sisal rope rather than carpet. Cover your post in non-toxic glue to ensure the rope won’t unravel. Wind the rope around the bottom of the post and staple it in place. Continue winding the rope all the way to the top of the post, making sure your rows are neat, straight, and very close together. Add staples if the glue doesn’t seem to be holding the rope well enough. 7 Flatten the hardware. Use a hammer to flatten the staples down. A staple gun does not always create a flush staple, and you want to ensure your cat’s claws don’t get hung up or ripped out due to a staple sticking out of the post.
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Most pet parents learn the hard way their cat needs to scratch this genetic itch. And if given the opportunity, she’ll turn your curtains, carpet, or even your couch into shreds to do so. Here are five ideas for how to make a homemade cat scratching post using simple, inexpensive items.
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Attach the post to the base. Put the base upside down (carpeted side facing the post) on top of the post. Ensure it is centered and screw the post into the base using 2 in (5 cm) wood screws. Then, flip the base around so it is on the ground, with the post on top. The length of the post is up to you, just make sure it is long enough for your cat to stretch on. If you’re not sure how long to make it, measure your cat from nose to end of tail, then add a few in/cm.
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There are no length or depth requirements for the board, so you can choose a size that fits your cat’s needs (the board in the picture is a particle board bookshelf). This board will lay flat on the floor or hang from a wall, so it doesn’t require a base. When choosing a rug, keep in mind cats prefer rough fabric, again with very few loops or loose threads their claws can snag on. Luckily, finding a sturdy but inexpensive area rug for this board is all too easy, and yields a cat accessory you won’t have to hide when company comes over.

Cat Cancer When To Euthanize

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Masaaki Toyoura/The Image Bank/Getty Images Letting go of your feline companion is never easy. Often just the thought of it brings panic. Unfortunately, though, your cat will probably die before you do and you may even have to make the decision to help him or her to die. Death is a difficult subject for many people, but avoiding the topic isn't helpful to you or your cat.Cats, particularly indoor cats, are now living longer than they have in past years. There are also so many advances in veterinary care that many cats develop chronic health problems that can be handled with treatments at home, such as administering fluids under the skin. Doing different treatments at home may seem difficult at first, but the staff at your veterinarian's office can usually instruct you so that you feel more comfortable with it. Treatments for some diseases, such as radiation or chemotherapy, can't be done at home, are expensive, and have greater risks and side effects.Plan Ahead for the Euthanasia Decision, if PossibleThe time to think about how far you'll want to go with any type of treatment or when you would feel the time is right to euthanize your cat is before he or she becomes ill. Once an illness strikes, we tend to go into crisis mode and our thinking isn't as clear as it is when we're not stressed. The answer to the question of treatment and euthanasia will differ from person to person. One way people have found useful in making these decisions is to ask, “If this was ME in my cat's situation, how much treatment would I want? How much pain and suffering would I be willing to endure if there was even a chance that I'd have a better life? When would I just want to say, 'Enough'?” You may find that you have different boundaries for two of your own animals. It's important to choose a veterinarian that you trust and have a good relationship with. People who do, often find it helpful to listen to the pros and cons that their veterinarian gives them and then say, “And if this was YOUR cat, what would YOU do.” Most veterinarians will be very honest with clients about this.Considering the Cost FactorSadly, cost is also often a factor in making a decision. Many people want to help the pet overpopulation problem by adopting a lot of animals. I advise people to consider the costs involved. It's not just the food and litter, but also the veterinary bills, especially as animals get older (although younger animals can develop costly illnesses, also). Veterinarians don't make as much money as you might think when you look at their bills, and they have bills of their own that they have to pay, both business and personal, so very few are able to treat your animal inexpensively or for free. Very few are able to allow you to delay payments, either. It would be nice if there were an easy checklist that you could refer to that would tell you exactly when to let go. Unfortunately, there isn't, but there ARE some guidelines.Quality of life is an important issue. If you know that your cat is suffering and has no chance of returning to even an adequate level of quality of life, it's time to talk with your veterinarian about euthanasia. If the side effects of a treatment are going to mean that your cat will be very ill from it and there's less than a 50 percent chance of returning to a good quality of life, you should talk with your veterinarian about whether the treatment is really in the cat's best interest. Again, ask your veterinarian what he or she would do if it was their cat. Sometimes it's hard to let a creature that we love so much leave our life, but once a reasonable level of quality of life is gone, the loving thing to do IS to let go. The Euthanization ProcessSome people have never had to euthanize a furry family member and have no idea what the process is like. Your veterinarian will give your cat a shot to calm him or her and then take your cat to the treatment area to insert an IV. Your cat will then be returned to you and when you're ready, your veterinarian will give an injection that will stop the heartbeat and breathing and your cat will peacefully slip away. Afterwards, your veterinarian will ask you if you'd like to spend some time with the body. Many people are confused or even upset that the eyes don't close or if there are some last movements after death. This is all normal. Some people choose to have a veterinarian come to their house so that their cat can die in familiar surroundings.Handling the RemainsAnother issue that you should think about long before the time comes is what you'll want to do with your cat's body. There are many options. If you want to bury it on your property, you must check the laws in your area, as this is illegal in many places. Some cities have pet cemeteries and you can get information on cost and services offered so that you can make a decision about this. Some people prefer to have the body cremated and returned to them. Many companies sell beautiful urns that are made specifically to store pet ashes. There are people who believe that the soul is important and the body is meaningless. These people will tell the veterinarian they do not want the ashes returned. Instead of the cost for cremation or burial, they will often make a donation to an animal charity in their cat's name so that an animal who is still on the earth can benefit. There are also “virtual cemeteries” on the web, such as www.rainbowsbridge.com that some people find comforting. Take Time for YourselfOnce your cat is dead and you have dealt with the body, it's important to take care of YOURSELF. Some people are lucky enough to have friends who realize what a difficult time this is and send cards and flowers, or make contributions to animal charities in your cat's name. Many charities have beautiful commemorative cards that are then sent to you to let you know about the gift.If your friends don't understand the relationship you had, you may want to find a chatline where you can communicate with people who understand. The Rainbows Bridge site has one and you can find others on the internet. You may want to make a “Memory Book” and put pictures, poems, prayers, cards, and other mementos in it so that you will always have it to remember this time. There are no rules for making one except that it should have meaning for YOU. Putting a Memory Book together can be very healing. Some people may choose instead to get an inspirational candle that is sold for this purpose and have a special prayer or “good-bye” service. Any ritual that helps you is a good one.There are also many books about dealing with pet grief that you can read and get comfort and ideas from. No one wants to say good-bye to a furry loved one, but there is great peace in knowing that when the time came, you were able to do the most loving thing. Read More
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Letting go of your feline companion is never easy. Often just the thought of it brings panic. Unfortunately, though, your cat will probably die before you do and you may even have to make the decision to help him or her to die. Death is a difficult subject for many people, but avoiding the topic isn't helpful to you or your cat.Cats, particularly indoor cats, are now living longer than they have in past years. There are also so many advances in veterinary care that many cats develop chronic health problems that can be handled with treatments at home, such as administering fluids under the skin. Doing different treatments at home may seem difficult at first, but the staff at your veterinarian's office can usually instruct you so that you feel more comfortable with it. Treatments for some diseases, such as radiation or chemotherapy, can't be done at home, are expensive, and have greater risks and side effects.Plan Ahead for the Euthanasia Decision, if PossibleThe time to think about how far you'll want to go with any type of treatment or when you would feel the time is right to euthanize your cat is before he or she becomes ill. Once an illness strikes, we tend to go into crisis mode and our thinking isn't as clear as it is when we're not stressed. The answer to the question of treatment and euthanasia will differ from person to person. One way people have found useful in making these decisions is to ask, “If this was ME in my cat's situation, how much treatment would I want? How much pain and suffering would I be willing to endure if there was even a chance that I'd have a better life? When would I just want to say, 'Enough'?” You may find that you have different boundaries for two of your own animals. It's important to choose a veterinarian that you trust and have a good relationship with. People who do, often find it helpful to listen to the pros and cons that their veterinarian gives them and then say, “And if this was YOUR cat, what would YOU do.” Most veterinarians will be very honest with clients about this.Considering the Cost FactorSadly, cost is also often a factor in making a decision. Many people want to help the pet overpopulation problem by adopting a lot of animals. I advise people to consider the costs involved. It's not just the food and litter, but also the veterinary bills, especially as animals get older (although younger animals can develop costly illnesses, also). Veterinarians don't make as much money as you might think when you look at their bills, and they have bills of their own that they have to pay, both business and personal, so very few are able to treat your animal inexpensively or for free. Very few are able to allow you to delay payments, either. It would be nice if there were an easy checklist that you could refer to that would tell you exactly when to let go. Unfortunately, there isn't, but there ARE some guidelines.Quality of life is an important issue. If you know that your cat is suffering and has no chance of returning to even an adequate level of quality of life, it's time to talk with your veterinarian about euthanasia. If the side effects of a treatment are going to mean that your cat will be very ill from it and there's less than a 50 percent chance of returning to a good quality of life, you should talk with your veterinarian about whether the treatment is really in the cat's best interest. Again, ask your veterinarian what he or she would do if it was their cat. Sometimes it's hard to let a creature that we love so much leave our life, but once a reasonable level of quality of life is gone, the loving thing to do IS to let go. The Euthanization ProcessSome people have never had to euthanize a furry family member and have no idea what the process is like. Your veterinarian will give your cat a shot to calm him or her and then take your cat to the treatment area to insert an IV. Your cat will then be returned to you and when you're ready, your veterinarian will give an injection that will stop the heartbeat and breathing and your cat will peacefully slip away. Afterwards, your veterinarian will ask you if you'd like to spend some time with the body. Many people are confused or even upset that the eyes don't close or if there are some last movements after death. This is all normal. Some people choose to have a veterinarian come to their house so that their cat can die in familiar surroundings.Handling the RemainsAnother issue that you should think about long before the time comes is what you'll want to do with your cat's body. There are many options. If you want to bury it on your property, you must check the laws in your area, as this is illegal in many places. Some cities have pet cemeteries and you can get information on cost and services offered so that you can make a decision about this. Some people prefer to have the body cremated and returned to them. Many companies sell beautiful urns that are made specifically to store pet ashes. There are people who believe that the soul is important and the body is meaningless. These people will tell the veterinarian they do not want the ashes returned. Instead of the cost for cremation or burial, they will often make a donation to an animal charity in their cat's name so that an animal who is still on the earth can benefit. There are also “virtual cemeteries” on the web, such as www.rainbowsbridge.com that some people find comforting. Take Time for YourselfOnce your cat is dead and you have dealt with the body, it's important to take care of YOURSELF. Some people are lucky enough to have friends who realize what a difficult time this is and send cards and flowers, or make contributions to animal charities in your cat's name. Many charities have beautiful commemorative cards that are then sent to you to let you know about the gift.If your friends don't understand the relationship you had, you may want to find a chatline where you can communicate with people who understand. The Rainbows Bridge site has one and you can find others on the internet. You may want to make a “Memory Book” and put pictures, poems, prayers, cards, and other mementos in it so that you will always have it to remember this time. There are no rules for making one except that it should have meaning for YOU. Putting a Memory Book together can be very healing. Some people may choose instead to get an inspirational candle that is sold for this purpose and have a special prayer or “good-bye” service. Any ritual that helps you is a good one.There are also many books about dealing with pet grief that you can read and get comfort and ideas from. No one wants to say good-bye to a furry loved one, but there is great peace in knowing that when the time came, you were able to do the most loving thing.

Temporary Cat Housing

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Temporary Care Program Cat Care Society is unique in that we offer a temporary care program for people who are unable to care for their cats, due to a home foreclosure, temporary homelessness, or an extended hospital stay. We can provide shelter for up to 30 days for the cat(s) of people who are struggling due to one of these situations. We will provide food, shelter, and medical care for the cat(s) for up to 30 days. Note that CCS has limited spots for temporary care cats, and participation in the program is subject to space and availability. Please contact our shelter for more information: 303.239.9680.
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Cat Care Society is unique in that we offer a temporary care program for people who are unable to care for their cats, due to a home foreclosure, temporary homelessness, or an extended hospital stay. We can provide shelter for up to 30 days for the cat(s) of people who are struggling due to one of these situations. We will provide food, shelter, and medical care for the cat(s) for up to 30 days. Note that CCS has limited spots for temporary care cats, and participation in the program is subject to space and availability.
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Thousands of people each year find themselves in a position where they are no longer able to provide shelter for themselves, much less for their pets. Many owners don’t want to surrender their pets but find little choice. In order to help people keep their pets, the following organizations provide temporary short-term and/or long-term foster care so that your animals can be cared for while you’re getting back on your feet. Please note, Cat Guardians is in no way affiliated with any of the following organizations, so you will need to contact them directly for information on their programs and their policies.
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Temporary/emergency animal care for people leaving abusive situations.  The service is arranged through the women’s shelters, Emerge, Not through the Humane Society. See below.
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When time is of the essence – a bad storm or sudden cold snap may be arriving soon – an adequate temporary shelter can be quickly put together. You'll need a cardboard box, a plastic drop cloth at least 3 millimeters thick or contractor trash bags that are three millimeters thick, duct tape and shredded newspaper. Follow these instructions: Take the cardboard box and tape all the seams shut with duct tape. Cardboard is actually good insulation. Wrap the box completely with the drop cloth or trash bags, making as few seams as possible. Secure onto the box with duct tape, liberally and tightly wrapping the tape around the sides of the box and sealing any seams in the plastic. This will make the shelter waterproof. Cut a doorway in one of the shorter sides of the box approximately 6 inches by 6 inches, leaving the bottom of the doorway a few inches above the bottom of the box to prevent flooding. Use duct tape to secure the loose plastic around the opening you just made. Place shredded newspaper inside the box, filling it up to the bottom of the doorway in front and a little higher towards the back. The cats will gain added warmth by burrowing into the newspaper.
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Emergency Shelter When time is of the essence – a bad storm or sudden cold snap may be arriving soon – an adequate temporary shelter can be quickly put together. You'll need a cardboard box, a plastic drop cloth at least 3 millimeters thick or contractor trash bags that are three millimeters thick, duct tape and shredded newspaper. Follow these instructions: Take the cardboard box and tape all the seams shut with duct tape. Cardboard is actually good insulation. Wrap the box completely with the drop cloth or trash bags, making as few seams as possible. Secure onto the box with duct tape, liberally and tightly wrapping the tape around the sides of the box and sealing any seams in the plastic. This will make the shelter waterproof. Cut a doorway in one of the shorter sides of the box approximately 6 inches by 6 inches, leaving the bottom of the doorway a few inches above the bottom of the box to prevent flooding. Use duct tape to secure the loose plastic around the opening you just made. Place shredded newspaper inside the box, filling it up to the bottom of the doorway in front and a little higher towards the back. The cats will gain added warmth by burrowing into the newspaper. For added insulation, start by placing a slightly smaller cardboard box inside a larger one and fill the gap between them with rolled-up newspaper. Then proceed with steps 1 through 4, above, being sure to cut the doorway through both boxes. If possible, place your cardboard shelter beneath something that will shield it, like a porch or tree. Raise it off the ground a few inches by placing it on a pallet, bricks or something similar. Weigh the shelter down with a heavy rock or a few bricks, but nothing heavy enough to crush the roof. Once the crisis has passed, replace with more permanent shelter.
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Cats who live outside are vulnerable to the cold, wind, snow and ice of winter. But you can provide shelter, food and water. Photo by Neighborhood Cats Well built, insulated shelters can help outdoor cats stay warm and dry—even during a snowy Toronto winter. Photo by Port Colborne Feline Initiative Outdoor cats can thrive in winter with a sturdy shelter and reliable sources of food and water. Photo by Mike McFarland/The HSUS Got a big heart but not much time or money? You can build a cat a cozy winter home easily and cheaply. Photo by Mike McFarland/The HSUS
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Cat Guardians is a no-kill, cageless shelter for cats in Lombard, IL. For over 20 years, we have matched homeless and abandoned cats with loving families, and provided a permanent home for cats deemed “unadoptable” due to personality or age. We’re funded entirely by your generous donations and staffed entirely by dedicated volunteers.
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When provided with adequate winter shelter, feral cats can thrive in even the most frigid regions. Described here are examples of inexpensive, do-it-yourself shelters that can be built in a matter of hours or less. All designs share three essential qualities – they're well insulated, have minimal air space and are waterproof. Further down this page, you'll find info on flap doors, extra protection for extreme cold and insulating materials to place inside your cat cabins. For more on winter care, see how to stop freezing water.
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Feralvilla manufactures the best-selling outdoor cat shelter on the market. It's made of wood composite, is pre-primed for painting, and assembles in 15 to 30 minutes with a screwdriver. There are two levels. Cats enter the lower level from outside, then climb up through an inner opening to the fully insulated upper floor. Shingle roof is optional. The wood composite material, LP's SmartSide, is environmentally friendly and uses a low toxicity resin to bind the fibers. For more info and to order, go to Feralvilla.com.
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Perishable items like meat and fish are often shipped in Styrofoam boxes. The containers used to ship Omaha steaks are an excellent example. Styrofoam shipping boxes can be found at supermarkets, fish stores and butcher shops. Even vaccines are packed in them, so your veterinarian might be a good source as well. These well insulated crates can be easily transformed into feral cat winter shelters: Using a utility knife or box cutter, open a doorway in one of the short sides of the box, approximately 6 inches by 6 inches. Keep the bottom of the doorway a few inches above ground level, to prevent flooding in the event of rain. Permanently attach the top cover to the main body of the box with silicone glue. The silicone will seal the lid and make the shelter waterproof. To camouflage and further protect the shelter, apply a coat of an appropriately colored deck paint.
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Keeping cool cats warm When provided with adequate winter shelter, feral cats can thrive in even the most frigid regions. Described here are examples of inexpensive, do-it-yourself shelters that can be built in a matter of hours or less. All designs share three essential qualities – they're well insulated, have minimal air space and are waterproof. Further down this page, you'll find info on flap doors, extra protection for extreme cold and insulating materials to place inside your cat cabins. For more on winter care, see how to stop freezing water.
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Feralvilla (for purchase) Feralvilla manufactures the best-selling outdoor cat shelter on the market. It's made of wood composite, is pre-primed for painting, and assembles in 15 to 30 minutes with a screwdriver. There are two levels. Cats enter the lower level from outside, then climb up through an inner opening to the fully insulated upper floor. Shingle roof is optional. The wood composite material, LP's SmartSide, is environmentally friendly and uses a low toxicity resin to bind the fibers. For more info and to order, go to Feralvilla.com.

How To Travel With Cats In A Car Long Distance

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All Feline Hospital2300 S. 48th St. Ste. 3Lincoln, NE 68506467-2711www.allfelinehospital.com Traveling with your cat So, you want to take your cat on a trip with you, or you are moving. If it is a one way trip, you don’t really have a lot of options; your cat needs to come with you. If you are just going some where on vacation, and you will be back, we recommend that you leave your cat behind and just get a friend, a neighbor, or a cat sitter to come in and check on your cat. Cats do not travel well; they tend to get very stressed. Cats like routine, they like the safety of their home, and they don’t like change. If you don’t know of anyone that can come into your home and take care of your cat – there are professional pet sitters that are licensed and bonded that you can pay to watch your cat. If your cat has medical issues that require daily treatments, sometimes you can check with local veterinary clinics. Often they have a pre-veterinary student or a veterinary assistant that works for them that is comfortable administering treatments and could use a little extra cash. Be warned though, they are not bonded, so if something goes wrong, they have no legal culpability as opposed to a professional cat sitter who is bonded. Always get references. As a last resort, you might consider boarding your cat – just make sure it is a cat friendly boarding facility. Always ask to inspect the boarding area before you leave your cat there. But, if you absolutely must travel with your cat, either because you are moving, or because you just really do not want to leave your cat alone with out you, we have a few travel tips for you to try and make it a little less stressful on all. Traveling by car The first thing is to make sure that your cat is comfortable, but yet safe at the same time. Put your cat in a large sturdy carrier that they can stand up in, stretch, and turn around easily. Cover the bottom of the carrier with some type of padding, preferably not something that will slide around, but that will stay covering the floor of the carrier. Secure the carrier with a seatbelt. If you are in a car accident, you want your cat to be as safe as possible. After all, aren’t you wearing a seatbelt? If you had a young child in the car, wouldn’t their cars seat be secured with a seatbelt? If it is a short trip, under 6 hours, then your cat will be just fine staying in the carrier the entire time. If it is a longer trip, especially if it is over a several day period, you may want to let your cat out of the carrier periodically to get a drink of water and use the litter box. First rule of letting your cat out of the carrier – make sure you are parked. If you let your cat wander around the car while you are driving, what do you think would happen if you were in a car accident, or if your cat suddenly startled and got in the area of the foot pedals or scratched or bit you while you were driving. That could even be enough for you to cause a car accident. Once your cat is out of the carrier and wandering in the car, do not open or shut the car doors unless your cat is wearing a harness (not collar) and leash. If your cat were to suddenly dart out of the car, it is much easier to step on a trailing leash that to try and grab a scared freaked out cat. Make sure that your cat is wearing ID of some kind – a collar or harness with your name, address, and phone number attached to it somewhere. A microchip is great, but that only works if someone finds your cat and takes them to a vet or animal shelter as a stray. If you are traveling a long distance and think that your cat may need to use the litter box, the easiest way is to purchase some of the disposable litter boxes that come with litter already inside. You can place these on the floor of the car for your cat to use – once they have eliminated, you can dispose of it in a trash receptacle – no muss, no fuss. Be sure to bring plenty of water with you, but only give it to your cat when you are parked. Do not leave a water bowl in your cat’s carrier while driving – it will only spill and make a mess, and you will end up with a wet unhappy cat. It may also help to bring a gallon jug of the water your cat drinks at home – whether it is tap water or filtered water. Cats won’t always drink water that tastes different. Don’t feed your cat the morning of your trip, or while you are driving. They will be just fine only eating in the evening for a day or two, and it will minimize the risk of your cat vomiting in their carrier during the trip. If you are traveling in the heat of the summer, bring several ice packs or frozen bottles of water with you and keep them in a cooler. If your air conditioning goes out, you may be too far from home to turn back, and your cat will overheat very quickly – they cannot sweat effectively like you can to counteract the heat. If this happens, you can line the inside of your cat’s carrier with the ice packs wrapped in a cloth of some kind to try to help keep your cat cool. If you are traveling in the dead of winter, be sure to bring extra blankets for your cat as well as yourself. Be sure to bring paperwork with you from your veterinarian that shows your cat’s current vaccination status. If you are traveling over state lines, by law you also need to have a health certificate from your veterinarian. Unlikely that anyone will ask you to show it, but better safe than sorry. If you will be staying at a hotel at some point, make sure that they allow pets. Get the name of the person that you are making the reservation with that tells you pets are allowed, or even better, get it in writing of some kind. Don’t try to sneak your cat in, you might get away with it, but you might not, and do you really want to be wandering around a strange city at 10pm at night looking for a pet friendly hotel? Once you are in the hotel room, crawl around on your hands and knees and inspect everything to make sure that there are no hazards for your cat, or holes large enough that your cat could get into a wall. Make sure you include the inside of bathroom cupboards when you do this. Wouldn’t you feel horrible if they had a mouse trap or poison out somewhere and your cat got into it? If you don’t feel that the room is cat safe, if the bathroom has a door and it is okay, you can shut your cat in the bathroom overnight. If your cat has a favorite bed from home, bring that with you for your cat to sleep in. If not, then bring bedding or something from home that smells like home to make things a little more familiar for your cat. You can pad the bathtub with them to make a cat bed for your cat. If you are staying with a friend, it will be much less stressful for your cat to confine them to one room in the home while you are there, preferably the room you will be sleeping in. If your cat really stresses during car rides, but you have no other choice but to travel by car with your cat, you can obtain a sedative or tranquilizer from your veterinarian for your cat. This is controversial among veterinary behaviorists, but if your cat is that stressed, it may be better for both of you. Benadryl does have a slight sedative effect, and a slight anti-motion sickness effect, but cats really really really hate the taste of Benadryl. They will foam at the mouth, gag, etc. If you are determined to try this, you can give 1/4th of a human dose twice daily. If your cat gets car sick, you can also obtain very effective anti-nausea medication from your vet for your cat. You can also use Pepcid AC (see the first aid page for dosing), but again, we have more effective medications at the veterinary clinic. Once you have arrived at your destination, if you are moving into a new home, try and minimize your cat’s stress as much as possible. Keep them confined to one room that is out of the way and quiet while you unpack and unload. Put things in that room that smell like your old home. Try to take some time periodically to go in and spend some time with them so they don’t feel abandoned. Traveling by plane There are two ways for your cat to travel by plane – in the cargo hold or in the cabin with you. Of course, the ideal is to keep your cat with you, but that does add significantly to the cost on most airlines, and some airlines do not allow pets in the cabin. If you do decide to have your cat travel in the cabin with your, there are several step you need to take first. When you make your reservation, if someone tells you that cats are allowed in the cabin, get their name and contact info. Even better, get it in writing – have them fax, email, or mail it to you. Show up early to the airport. Most airlines have a limit as to how many animals are allowed in the cabin, and if the airline books too many pets in the cabin, it will be a first come first serve basis. If you are number three and they only allow two pets in the cabin, then you will be forced to take another flight or send your cat cargo. Be sure that you have an airline approved carrier. If in doubt, take it to the airport long before the day of your flight and ask them if it is an acceptable carrier for in the cabin. It will need to be able to fit under the seat in front of you, so it will have to be fairly small. Have a cloth cover that covers the openings in the carrier so your cat cannot see what is going on around them. The less they see, the less stress they will experience. Keep your cat’s health certificate (required by most airlines – better safe than sorry) and vaccination information both on your person and taped to the carrier somewhere. If your cat tends to cry a lot when stressed, consider a sedative or tranquilizer from your vet for the trip. Again, this is controversial, but you don’t want to be asked to leave the plane before it takes off because your cat is making too much noise, or have to check your cat into cargo. If you are checking your cat cargo, be sure that the inside of the carrier is well padded, and that the carrier is extremely secure and will not break open easily if dropped. Be sure the carrier is well labeled as to your name, phone number, where you are from, where you are going and alternative contacts if you cannot be reached. Wouldn’t you feel horrible if your cat got lost like luggage can be prone to do? Regardless of whether your cat is traveling in the cabin or in the cargo hold, withhold food the night before and the morning of the trip. If your cat vomits in the carrier, you will not be able to take them out to clean it. They can still have water to drink the night before and morning of – most cats can hold their urine quite well for 24-48 hours and are unlikely to urinate in their carrier. If your cat does have a tendency to urinate in the carrier, put something absorbent and padded on the floor of the carrier, and consider putting something like 2 or 3 layers of a crocheted blanket on top. The urine will fall through the crocheted blanket into the absorbent material below so your cat will not necessarily be sitting in their own urine for several hours. Consider having your cat wear a harness with identification on it for the duration of the trip. Collars can come off too easily. Just make sure that the harness is snug so your cat can’t get a let through and have it get stuck, and get your cat used to wearing the harness for several days or weeks before your trip. When you check into the airport, they will require you to take your cat out of the carrier so they can inspect it. If your cat is wearing a harness, snap a leash onto it before you take your cat out. Again, if your cat spooks and jumps out of your arms, it is much easier to step on a trailing leash than to catch a scared running cat. Do not leave the leash on in the carrier however; your cat could get tangled up in it and panic. Wait until you arrive at your final destination before you take your cat out of the carrier. Airline travel is extremely stressful for cats – give your cat a chance to de-stress first.

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Trixie Cat House

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Start page TRIXIE Turning Cat World!Meet our new stable and sturdy Cat Tower ‘Lilo’. The three caves, which are lines with plush, can be twisted and individually alligned as liked. Want your dog to get busy?Dogs want to be active. The complete line of TRIXIE Activity Games offer new dayli challenges for you and your dog. Check out our latest video clips! Multi purpose pet house!Can be used as indoor pet house or as the most ellegant way of concealing a cat litter box. The classic furniture décor matches any interior designs. Welcome to our Cat HomesHome is simply the best place to be! Take a look at our modern natura cat homes and great catteries. They are made from pine wood with water based pet-secure stain. Dear animal lovers, welcome to our website and right into our TRIXIE world. A harmonious life together with our pets has been the focus of our attention for more than 40 years now. At TRIXIE you can find the right products, ideas and information for your very special relationship to your pet. As a trading company, we only supply specialist dealers. You can acquire our more than 6,500 products conveniently from your specialist pet shop or on the Internet. Have fun browsing our website! Your TRIXIE Team Find out more about TRIXIE Pet Products, Inc. Contact
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TRIXIE Turning Cat World!Meet our new stable and sturdy Cat Tower ‘Lilo’. The three caves, which are lines with plush, can be twisted and individually alligned as liked. Want your dog to get busy?Dogs want to be active. The complete line of TRIXIE Activity Games offer new dayli challenges for you and your dog. Check out our latest video clips! Multi purpose pet house!Can be used as indoor pet house or as the most ellegant way of concealing a cat litter box. The classic furniture décor matches any interior designs. Welcome to our Cat HomesHome is simply the best place to be! Take a look at our modern natura cat homes and great catteries. They are made from pine wood with water based pet-secure stain.
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An Online Exclusive.Suppling fantastic pet accessories for dogs, cats, small animals, fish and reptiles, TRIXIE products are developed, checked and tested in-house by their pet experts to the highest quality.There’s no place like home with the Trixie Cat’s Home Cat House, it’s 3 stories of fun indoors or out!This beautifully crafted blue and white house gives your cats the room to spread out, a place to call their own and the great-looking style and built-to-last quality is paramount.The glazed pine construction is ideal for indoor and outdoor use, the 3 storey design lets them caper on multiple level; the 2nd storey door lets them jump or just sun on the balcony and the side opening has a plastic curtain to protect from draughts.The long-lasting, weather-shedding roof is built with sanded mineral roofing paper and the plastic-tipped legs protect against soil wetness guarantee good air circulation below the house.This house also has a large back door which makes cleaning fast, simple and easy.Suitable for all cat breeds.Easy assembly is required.- this may be done alone or with two people.Approximate Dimensions (Product): 94 x 56 x 59cm
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welcome to our website and right into our TRIXIE world. A harmonious life together with our pets has been the focus of our attention for more than 40 years now. At TRIXIE you can find the right products, ideas and information for your very special relationship to your pet. As a trading company, we only supply specialist dealers. You can acquire our more than 6,500 products conveniently from your specialist pet shop or on the Internet. Have fun browsing our website! Your TRIXIE Team
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Product Overview TRIXIE’s 3-Story Cat’s Home provides your feline with a secure and relaxed environment that can be used both indoors and out. Being crafted with solid pine construction, durable composite shingles, weatherproof finish and the finest materials means this cat house will endure years of use with very little maintenance. Cats can come and go using the front door on the 2nd floor or the side door on the 1st floor which has a slatted plastic flaps to keep out unwanted wind and rain. Once inside, they can climb, crawl, jump and explore between the three levels. The charming latched shutters plus two peek-a-boo holes are sure to entertain even the most playful feline. When it’s time for a catnap, your kitty can curl up on one of the lounging decks for a nap in the sun. The elevated foundation promotes air circulation and protects your cat from ground chill and wet conditions, while the hard plastic footing prevents decay due to wet soil. 3-story wooden cat house with weatherproof finish Charming hinged shutters and peek-a-boo holes 2 kitty doors and 1 large hinged door at back for easy maintenance Slatted plastic flaps in side door keep out wind and rain Raised floor allows air to circulate keeping the floor dry and comfortable Suitable for cats of all ages and activity levels Quick and easy assembly Dimensions: 22 in. x 23 in. x 37 in.
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TRIXIE’s 3-Story Cat’s Home provides your feline with a secure and relaxed environment that can be used both indoors and out. Being crafted with solid pine construction, durable composite shingles, weatherproof finish and the finest materials means this cat house will endure years of use with very little maintenance. Cats can come and go using the front door on the 2nd floor or the side door on the 1st floor which has a slatted plastic flaps to keep out unwanted wind and rain. Once inside, they can climb, crawl, jump and explore between the three levels. The charming latched shutters plus two peek-a-boo holes are sure to entertain even the most playful feline. When it’s time for a catnap, your kitty can curl up on one of the lounging decks for a nap in the sun. The elevated foundation promotes air circulation and protects your cat from ground chill and wet conditions, while the hard plastic footing prevents decay due to wet soil. 3-story wooden cat house with weatherproof finish Charming hinged shutters and peek-a-boo holes 2 kitty doors and 1 large hinged door at back for easy maintenance Slatted plastic flaps in side door keep out wind and rain Raised floor allows air to circulate keeping the floor dry and comfortable Suitable for cats of all ages and activity levels Quick and easy assembly Dimensions: 22 in. x 23 in. x 37 in.
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TRIXIE’s 3-Story Cat’s Home provides your feline with a secure and relaxed environment that can be used both indoors and out. Being crafted with solid pine construction, durable composite shingles, weatherproof finish and the finest materials means this cat house will endure years of use with very little maintenance. Cats can come and go using the front door on the 2nd floor or the side door on the 1st floor which has a slatted plastic flaps to keep out unwanted wind and rain. Once inside, they can climb, crawl, jump and explore between the three levels. The charming latched shutters plus two peek-a-boo holes are sure to entertain even the most playful feline. When it’s time for a catnap, your kitty can curl up on one of the lounging decks for a nap in the sun. The elevated foundation promotes air circulation and protects your cat from ground chill and wet conditions, while the hard plastic footing prevents decay due to wet soil.
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The paint is very thin and the wood material is soft. It's also smaller than I thought. But I like the overall design of this product. I put it under the roof overhang of my patio, my cat uses the first floor as her kitchen, 2nd floor as her living room, she would sit on her 2nd floor deck sometimes, and the 3rd floor is her bedroom. I put a small pet bed in the 3rd floor and she always goes there to sleep or take a nap. We live right next to a wild park, the 3rd floor location protects her from Racoons and other wild animals. Ever since my cat moved to the patio in her new house a few weeks ago, I don't need to protect my tomato, cantaloupe or strawberries on the patio from the rats or raccoons etc.

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Moving Cat To New Home

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Play video Cats confederacy powerfully with their territory and can perceive very vulnerable when hence from home ground. Remembering this and planning headlong can help your tortoise-shell to have a stress-liberated seer whilst labor or sediment into a unaccustomed Seat. Moving hotel with your cat Moving household can be a stressful measure for you and your gib. You may have worries about how their baudrons will buy and how they will ensure that their rumpy does not get wasted in the new surrounding. If the renovated tribe is not far from the old-fashioned one, they may vexation that the rumpy will remit to ancient frequent. However, if planned well and carried out carefully, you can proficiently relocate your cat with leas stress. Safety first Early on the Time of the move, put your gib in one room with all passage and windows gripe so that you cane that your cat is secure and can be found when it is time to go. It’s a good consideration to pop a presage on the passage so that everyone complex with the move recognize to keep the door inclosure. Feed your puss in the morning but not too conclude to running time in inclose of indisposition during the journey (scroll down to go about travelling with your miauler). If you guess your cat is likely to go ineffectual in the one office or if you are annoy that someone might accidently hinder them out, then you might want to respect Bible them into a cattery for one or two days. Keep your cat in a seedlip on approach until one scope in the new house is present to become a ‘safe region’ for your baudrons. Familiar items such as a embed, scratching post and toys should be site here as well as a junk betray, food and moire bowls. It’s a well-mannered consideration to supply an also of raiment that smells of you and your pristine domicile, as this will also support your rumpy experience more heedless. Make sure the passage and windows are kept closed and lock the door if you can, as this will relieve you to recall your rumpy is inside and debar others from gap the passage fortuitously. Alternatively, a abundant symbol stuck to the passage may help. You can then get on with moving everything into and around the inn intelligent your mouser is easy. At the end of the day you can let the cat out to fathom the house a inconsiderable (make confident doors and windows are closet). It is generally pick to inclose the search to one or two station at first so that your baudrons is not overwhelmed and you distinguish exactly where they can be found. It may be wise to board especially nervous animals in a propitious cattery before the move and keep them gone from the new abode until everything is unpacked and still. Helping your cat compose in Make your cat perceive at house by assistance them to furnish the renovated harbor with their fumigate. Cats will rub their heads and bodies on outfit, counterscarp, doors etc to lay down fumigate from glands located mostly on the head but also over the corporation. When a feline is emotion confident, they will scour embalm around the tenement and this will increase feelings of carelessness. Obviously none of these smells will be present in the newly house and there will be manifold alienate smells, which may make the cat touch insecure. You can help by apprehension a kind cotton cloth and friction it gently around your cat’s face to pilfer up their ’personal cense profile’. Dab this around at cat height in the rank(s) where the grimalkin will be kept at first so that the grimalkin commence to experience at home and bonds with the territory. You can repeat this daily and make up your cat’s scent within the house before impediment them outside. You may wish to weigh using Feliway products during this era – these eject pheromones which can sustain require your rumpy perception more unbend – exhibit your vet for dope. Use food and a methodical routine to sustain your baudrons establish in. Small frequent meals will give you more contactor initially and prevent to reinsure your cat that all is well. By perception when and where food will take position, your feline can look forward to the meal rather than tease near it. This also allows your pussy to relax and promotes a passion of wellbeing. Moving house can be traumatic for an indoor cat who may not be utility to dealing with changes in the surrounding in the same street that an out-of-door cat might be. Slow, anxious introductions, one latitude at a delay, will succor the cat settle in. When to consider your cat exterior It’s important that your mouser stays confined to the dwelling for at least two weeks as this will bestow them period to get used to their renovated district. If your cat is very confident and you feel they are procurement defeat at being kept indoors then you can respect letting them out a mite earlier, but only by a few days. If your cat gotta nervous easily, then you may want to keep them in for much longer, until they feel no kidding helpful in their new surroundings. A few days before you impede your mouser out, sprinkler some of their used litter around the circumference of your renovated garden. This will not only help your grimalkin perceive more comfortable when they go outside for the first measure (as the farm will now smell ‘unconstrained’), it will make neighbouring mouser watchful that there is a new cat in the range. Make sure your grimalkin has some elegance of identification (the token of collar that briskness uncovered is the safest) with your name, woo and terminal ring number. It is also a admirable belief to get your cat microchipped. If they are already chipped, then remember to contactor the microchip party to update your contact nitty-gritty. The bulky age It’s flower to choose a day when you are similar to be in so you can be around to oversee if destitution be. Before you pasture your pussy in the morn, exposed the passage and assign them access to the superficial. Cats are thoughtful by nature, so it’s unlikely they will bolt out of the passage. Most will take their time settle if it is safe to leaving the harbor and will explore their unworn surroundings slowly and carefully. It might be alluring to pick them up and take them around the potagerie, but most cats wone’t understand this and may effort and panic, even if they are used to being carried in the house. Let them plumb in their own time and don’t torment too much if they hop over a cover or go further than you would copy – the majority of gib will repay after a few minutes at which point you could attempt them something tasty to eat. Confident cats who enjoy the outside generally struggle well. Timid cats may take some age to adapt to their newly surrounding and you might find that if you company them into the lyceum during these first few days, it might sustain frame up their assurance. Preventing cats from returning to their old home If your fresh home is only a few streets or just a associate of miles from the obsolete one, your mouser may meet old routes while exploring the region and recompense ’home’ to the antecedent house along these routes. If this happens, it signify they port’t bonded with the new tenement enough to break preceding usage yet. Some baudrons are inadvertently bucked up to hinder by the new occupiers of your antiquated house. They may provide provisions or are congratulate by this eccentric mouser’s confident ingress through the puss flap and their willingness to plant up home with them. It is wise to admonish the new residents that this may occur if you are not stirring deeply, and to mate sure that they don’t promote your baudrons to restrain – entreat them to chase the baudrons avaunt or to call you so you can go and gather the gib. However, if this behaviour persists there are some stuff you can examine: Keep your cat indoors at the newly residence for concerning a lunation Feed small frequent meals and offer share of notice to help erect up the bond between you. Create some routines and signals second-hand nourishment and feeding time that your cat cannot check. This journey you can provoke your cat to restore to your new tenement in time for meals – aesthetic gratification can afford a strong motivation! Make your gib test at home by assistance to furnish your new house with your cat’s familiar scent (see old) Ensure that no one (fresh owners and former neighbours) cheer your cat to restrain around your primitive home  For the first brace of weeks, oppose your cat out orderly once each day impartial before feeding so that your cat is motivated to stay around. The endeavor is to make the new home the centre of the unworn region, which scent heedless and is the spring of food and shelter (in antithesize to the original domicile where these stuff are now disown). It may take weeks and, in some circumstances, months before your tortoise-shell can be allowed without unattended. Travelling with your cat Travelling with your gib
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Transport your pussy in a safe empty (ie a robust and fitly originate cat tape or porter) – pussy may oversight from pasteboard carriers
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If you are going on a very yearn trip, you’ll need to constitute sure that your pussy has the chance to go to the toilet and has accessibility to fare and aquatic. Placing the cat messenger within a secure bloke crate when you have shut to take a infringe, is often a religious discharge as this will foresee the extra path needed for a cacolet box and bowls, while preservation your gib safely contained.
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When you are travelling, secure the porter in the car with a fix safety belt on the rest, or cleat it in safely at the back so it cannot move around
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Never transport the tortoise-shell in the boot or unchaste in the front tread well of the vehicle or in the removal winnow if moving hotel
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If it is a hot age make confident the carriage is well utter and never license the miauler inside a hasty motor if you repress for a destroy
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If a imperfect repress is necessary, cause sure the messenger is consummately sure and always leave the auto in the darkness with a window candid. Be aware how speedily it can vehemence up if the insolate is on it. Do not forget the insolate’s thesis moves and what was shade an conjuncture back may be in full day by the time you get back.
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Ensure your feline is wearing a crack type safeness collar and follow containing both your new and obsolete addresses and contact numbers. Get them microchipped, too.
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Make sure your baudrons is sound before you travail. You may imprecate to consider unruffled your puss if the peregrination is hope to be long or your miauler is a poor traveller. If in doubt, look for advice from your vet at the earliest room.
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Feed your cat as timely as you can before travel. Or, you may hanker to wait until you arrive at your intention.

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Care-A-Lot Pet Supply offers a huge selection of pet supplies. Find your pets favorite food, treats, toys and more! Shop online or visit one of our 3 local Hampton Roads stores today! Get the best pet supplies online and in store! PetSmart offers quality products and accessories for a healthier, happier pet. Buy any bag of food at PetSmart and we donate a meal to shelter pets! Join a pack with perks. Members save an average of $100 a year with exclusive coupons and member only pricing. Join Our Pack Buy Online at Trixan Pet Supplies. Trixan Pet Supplies is an Australian company that sources pet supplies globally so you can buy pet supplies from trusted brands at the best possible prices. .

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Pet Shop Boys announce a second Spanish date in this series of Super Tour shows. They play Starlite Festival, Marbella on July 18th.Pre-sale tickets are available now via the link below. Pet Shop Boys are an English synthpop duo, formed in London in 1981 and consisting of Neil Tennant (lead vocals, keyboards, occasional guitar) and Chris Lowe (keyboards, vocals). Complete your Pet Shop Boys record collection. Discover Pet Shop Boys’s full discography. Shop new and used Vinyl and CDs. Pet Shop Boys are back on tour! Find the dates below (updated frequently): 06.07.2018, Estonia, Tallinn, Õllesummer Festival 07.08.2018, Sweden, Västergötland, Törebodafestivalen I Pet Shop Boys sono un gruppo musicale synth pop britannico, formato da Neil Tennant (cantante e occasionalmente chitarrista e tastierista) e da Chris Lowe (tastierista e occasionalmente anche cantante). Find Pet Shop Boys bio, music, credits, awards, & streaming links on AllMusic – Inventive British duo who conquered commercial… .

Pet Shop Boys is een Brits muzikantenduo, gevormd door zanger Neil Tennant (1954) en toetsenist Chris Lowe (1959). Vooral in de tweede helft van de jaren 80 scoren Pet Shop Boys hit na hit. Pet Shop Boys est un duo de musiciens britanniques formé en 1981 par Neil Tennant, au chant, clavier, occasionnellement à la guitare et Chris Lowe, au synthétiseur et très rarement au chant. Pet Shop Boys («Пет Шоп Бойз») — британский синтипоп-дуэт, образованный в 1981 году в Лондоне.Pet Shop Boys (переводится как «Парни из зоомагазина») является одним из самых коммерчески успешных и Official Pet Shop Boys tour announcements. Visit the official Pet Shop Boys Shop here .

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