From the dog’s paw: the month of the adoption of a cat! | Articles
Meows! Paws, June is Adopt-A-Cat month, so I took Noah and Abby’s computer away to write this week’s article. meow! These two don’t know the best reasons to adopt a cat, so I’m going to piss them off, hoping you will consider adopting an adorable cat for your pet.
Reason n ° 1: Because I said so. Enough said! When the best amazing cat in the whole universe says something, they’re always fair, focused, and trustworthy. meow! meow! Purr … purr! Go ahead and adopt a cat.
Reason n ° 2: Cats are great companions. We know when to allow you to cuddle us, when it’s a good time for cuddles or cuddles, and when we’re done allowing you to be delighted with our godly selves and kindness all around. We know when to just sit back and let you enjoy our presence.
Reason n ° 3: Cats don’t require as much attention as dogs. You can leave us some food, water, and some toys while you go to work, and we’ll be fine. We cats wouldn’t stand the indignity of being taken for a walk to do our business or having those awkward moments in the backyard with all the neighbors speechless at your dog’s craziness. Paws, we need play time every day because it is healthy for you and us, but all play can be done indoors.
Reason n ° 4: Meows, cats are good for you. Purrs! Recent studies have shown that allowing a cat to own you can reduce the risk of death from cardiovascular disease and stroke. Purring is tiring since stroke is the third leading cause of death in women and the fourth in men. Out of pity, petting a cat frequently can lower your blood pressure. Purrs, other research has found that early exposure to cats in the home may reduce the risk of developing allergies in mini-humans. Having a cat can help lower your risk of health problems. My human says he noticed a reduction in stress and anxiety with me meowing and purring all the time.
Reason n ° 5: Cats bring joy to the house. Just having a cat nearby as cute, adorable, pawlayful, and pawnderful as I am will make you smile and laugh all day. meow! Paws, adopting a cat can be a lot of fun too. Our antics while playing and pouncing on our toys can be pretty hilarious – purrs, but dignified, you know.
Reason n ° 6: Having a cat in the house can teach mini humans about animal care and responsibility. Cats need to be fed, pawed, and their litter boxes cleaned regularly. These chores increase mini-humans’ awareness of the powerlessness to take responsibility. Pawingly, he can teach them to understand nature and take care of other animals.
Reason n ° 7: You can have a great hunter living in your house. Cats are generally very good at keeping pests away from your home! They always pounce on anything that moves, or we like to go after and attack. meow! Purrs!
Reason n ° 8: Read Reason # 1! Come on, humans, and adopt yourself a cat.
By purring, when you adopt a cat from a shelter or shelter, you are freeing up space for another cat who may be in dire need of it. Meet some rescue friends in need of “Forever Homes”.
Brother and sister duo Jaylon and Parker, around 8 months old, are friendly with dogs and cats, and good with older, calm mini-humans. They are sweet and funny kittens who will make you laugh with their antics. Contact the homeless animal rescue team, www.hart90.org, 703-691-HART, [email protected]
My friend Cléo is a little shy at first. Purrs, she is a friendly and affectionate girl who loves to be petted. She is about 15 years old and will do better in a quiet house. She suffers from early stage kidney disease, which is well managed with prescription foods. Other than that, meow, she’s a healthy girl and will make a great companion. Contact PetConnect Rescue, www.petconnectrescue.org, email: [email protected], 1-877-838-9171.
Meow, sweet Eiti is a magnificent Calico. She’s a shy girl, but once she gets to know you, she loves to come out of her hiding place and show you her beauty! Purring, she is about 3 years old. Contact Operation Paws for Homes, www.ophrescue.org, or by email: [email protected]
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