Cat-proof your holiday: 8 ways to keep your cats safe this christmas
As a cat owner, you can take certains steps to ensure your Christmas is cat-proofed and these eight tips will help
As lovely as Christmas is for us, it can be stressful for the pets in our homes. Especially, for cats. These creatures like to stay in their territory and that means your home - which they think they own and you live rent-free in.
With Christmas and other holidays, we might move around furniture or add new items in the house and those things can cause stress for your cat - who is happiest when things are familiar. Some cats are social and might appreciate the extra attention but there are others who would rather be by themselves - not unlike the grinch.
Cats are curious and can not only damage your decorations and preparations for the festivities but they could get injured as well. From decorations to trees to Christmas treats - everything is potentially hazardous for cats.
As a cat owner, you can take certains steps to ensure your Christmas is cat-proofed and you don’t have to run to the emergency vet services because a member of your family has eaten the wrong thing. These measures are worth taking for their physical and mental health.
So, here are eight tips to cat proof your home during Christmas and saving it from your crotechty creatures: