Cats love elevated surfaces. And as much as we love our furry four-legged friends, we don’t love hair-covered couches and scratched-up chairs — especially if you’ve recently bought or rented
Cats love apartments. The sunlight streaming through the windows. The comfy chair or couch on which to spend afternoons. The screened-in patio to go on lizard-hunting adventures.
Snuggly though they may be, house cats aren’t always the ideal roommates. However, whether you are bringing home a new kitten for the first time or you are moving to an apartment with a long-time furry friend in tow, there are a few measures that you can take to keep your apartment cat-friendly. Use these 5 tips to cat-proof your apartment so you and your cuddly companion can coexist in peace.
When it comes time for a big move between apartments, there are enough things to worry about on top of having to ease the transition for your four-legged roommates. The
No matter how big or small your space, cats are an ideal apartment pet. It is a common misconception that cats require large amounts of space or the outdoors to