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When it comes to your cat’s health, you cannot be too careful. There are a number of things you can do to help preserve your pet’s health and prevent certain illnesses and diseases.

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First, be sure to provide your pet with a sanitary living environment. Custom Cages makes durable indoor cat cages for your felines to run around and play in. These indoor cat cages should be cleaned regularly. Cats tend to be tidy creatures to begin with, but this does not negate your responsibility to keep their indoor cage in tip-top shape. Remove hairballs and other waste products daily. Keep the litter box changed and fresh. Each week, use a disinfectant to wipe down your indoor cat cages.

Second, feed your pet a nutrient-dense diet. With so many brands of cat food on the market, it can be hard to select one that best suits your pet. But do your research. Not all pet food is what it seems. Many of the grocery-store brands contain nothing but fillers and artificial preservatives. Such food is simply not healthy for your cat. When it comes to food, do not over-feed your pet. Although your cat may devour his dinner in his indoor cat cage, don’t keep feeding him.

Third, exercise your pet daily. Kittens tend to do this on their own with no problem. They will play with their toys in their enclosure. They love to bounce up and down on their large cat trees. And tearing up their cat beds is pure sport to them. However, as your cat ages, he starts to slow down and may become lazy. So it’s important to keep your pet moving in order to maintain his health and prevent obesity. Encourage your pet to play with you in his indoor cat cage or tree condo. Use treats, toys and innovative games to keep your pet interested.

Selecting Indoor Cat Cages

Fourth, you should preserve your pet’s health is to invest in sturdy indoor cat cages. These enclosures will provide your pet with his own space. Look for indoor cat cages that are roomy and have plenty of floor space. It is also a good idea to look for indoor cat cages that are fairly tall, as cats love to climb. You may also want to consider an outdoor cat cage, if you want your indoor cat to safely experience the outdoors.

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