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Cats for Adoption: The Best Life Companions

  • Listed: August 3, 2009 8:35 am
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Cats Are Great Fun!

Cats make great companion pets. They are snugly and warm in winter, whilst keeping you great company in the yard in summer. When looking for cats for adoption, there are a number of avenues you can go down. Where Pets are Found is a free advertising online resource for those looking for lost & found pets and pets for adoption. You can also find cats for adoption at your local R.S.P.C.A.; local council pound; pet shop; or even through family and friends. Each of these avenues has very different pros and cons, but the ultimate pro is that you are providing a loving home for a beautiful animal.

KITTEN OR ADULT CAT?

Cats for adoption come in all shapes and sizes. You need to decide if you want to adopt a kitten or an adult cat. If you choose to adopt a kitten, think about whether it has been desexed or not. If you are time-poor, an already desexed kitten is a wise choice. If you want to adopt a very young kitten, this responsibility will lie with you. This should be an important consideration when adopting a cat.

TRANSITION TO A NEW HOME

Cats also have a wide extreme of personalities – even from the same litter. For this reason, some cats transition into a home easily. Others might be timid for quite a while. It is important that for the more nervous cat, you give them a space of their own (preferably up high). They must feel safe and be able to hide away from perceived danger at any time. This will give them an added sense of security. Eventually, you will find they come out of their shell.

COMPANIONS FOR LIFE

When looking at cats for adoption, contemplate the age of the kitten/cat; its personality; and, your home environment. If you weigh these suggestions up carefully, you will have one of the best life companions a person could ever have.

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