Published at Friday, January 26th, 2018 - 08:23:10 AM. . By Kenzie Singletary.
A veterinarian can inject a microchip directly into your cat or kitten. The chip does not harm him, and it can be inserted at about eight weeks of age. It is a permanent form of identification, and it cannot become lost or removed by the cat because it is placed under the muscle near the shoulder. If your pet gets lost and is turned into an animal rescue organization or shelter, the workers will scan him and use the special code on the chip to contact you. Whether you opt for micro chipping or the more traditional metal ID tags, remember to update your contact information if you move. Keep an eye on the condition of the scratching post. If it becomes worn out or frayed, replace it with a new one.
The best solution to this is to purchase a cat scratcher. A cat scratcher is specifically built so that a cat will scratch the scratcher instead of your furniture. Cat scratchers come in many different configurations - some are stand-alone posts while others hang from a ceiling or door frame. You can even purchase a cat tower with a cat scratcher built in. The scratching surface should be made from tightly wound Sisal rope which is good for your cat's claws.
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