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If you love cats, you may have asked yourself this question, “What cat to buy?”. So what type of cat should you buy? To buy a cat is an important decision. Firstly, you should decide whether a cat is the right pet for you and your family. So before even decide on what cat to buy, ask yourself these questions. Be a responsible pet owner.

Before Deciding On What Cat To Buy

As with keeping any other pets, keeping house cat is a life long commitment. A cat can live for as long as 20 years so you must be prepared to take care of your house cat for as long as it lives. Many people would abandon their cats when they find keeping house cat too much of a bother. That would be cruel as abandoned house cats cannot survive for long in the street. Even if they are sent to the local animal shelter, many of the house cats would be put to sleep. So before you choose your preferred cat name, ask yourself these questions

A Checklist of Questions To Decide Whether A Cat Is For You?

  • Am I willing and have the time to feed my cat everyday? Is your family willing to help out because you may not always be free. It may be necessary for you family to be involved in the decision of what cat to buy.
  • Am I willing and have the time to clean out its food bowl and litter tray everyday?
  • Do I have a plan for taking care of my cat when I go away on holiday? Cats cannot be left alone although they seem to be able to take care of themselves.
  • Am I willing to take my cat to the vet regularly for check ups? Treatment and check up will cost money, so be prepared to spend money on your cat in your annual budget. Set aside something for emergency treatment as well.
  • Whatever cat I buy, am I willing to do all the above for 15 years or for the whole life of my cat? A cat can live for more than 20 years. So this is a long commitment.
  • Will I spend the time and effort to train my cat properly? Whatever cat you buy, if you do not train your cat properly, it is likely that you will be frustrated by its bad habits. Over time, this may lead you to give up your cat. If for any reason you are forced to give up your cat, you should find it another proper home. For this reason, it is important that your cat is properly trained. Otherwise, it would be hard to find it another home.
  • Will my family members, especially the young children, treat my cat properly? It is important that an animal do not get abused. No one should lose their temper at their pet cats.

If you can answer “yes” to all the questions, then you can decide on what cat to buy as you are suitable to keep a cat as pet.

Take Your Time To Decide

When deciding on whether to keep house cats, you need to consider your family members as well. In effect, you are introducing a new member to the family by keeping a house cat. You should learn about the needs of house cats and how to take proper care of them when keeping house cats. Learn how to prepare your house for keeping house cats. Check out the tips on how to choose a healthy house cat. Prepare yourself and treat your house cat well, you will both then have a long and rewarding relationship.

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