Cats: Keeping Happy Indoors


Georgia put together a short graphic guide on the best ways to keep you cat happy indoors, that I hope you will find interesting and informative. The piece covers some of the ways you can tell if your cat is not comfortable indoors and some of the easiest, cheapest and most fun ways to enrich your cat’s life.

Mr. M was a feral cat for many years, but seems to have adapted well to being a house cat. Based on his transition from living outdoors to indoors, I think Georgia’s points are very well done. Hope you enjoy!



Author: foguth

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3 thoughts on “Cats: Keeping Happy Indoors”

    1. Both ours were feral, but they are fine with only going outside on the leash, now. Mr. M never asks to go on road trips, but the more different places Ms. Purrseidon gets to go, the better she likes it.


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