There are thousands of felines sitting in animal shelters as we speak which needs good homes and good owners to live and be with. Nothing is more laving and valiant than to visit a shelter and adopt one of the beautiful cats which they have under their wings. Many of the sheltered cats have been through many difficult times, from owner neglect, homelessness or owner simply have no more interest in the animal. Yes, it happens. Many owners do come into shelters with their once "loved" pet and decides to shelter them has they are either moving to a new apartment which does not support pets or have no more interest in the animal. There are many owners who are experiencing behavioral problems with their cat and is unable to train the cat to conform to desired behavior and simply gives up the animal.
Cat Re homing
You may need to know the breed of cat you are adopting and know about its behavioral pattern and temperaments. Even though all cats have common characteristics, there are breeds which have different behavioral patterns. The thing is, adopting a cat for re-homing is the same as getting a new cat from any pet store.
Visiting The Shelter - Prepare to meet sadness
Prepare to Rehome Your New Cat
- Litter box - Develop litter box training
- Scratch Pad or pole - to prevent those brand new sofa from being clawed to pieces
- Interesting cat toys which will have you cat moving
- Healthy cat food