Published at Saturday, February 03rd, 2018 - 07:37:00 AM. . By Parker Nevarez.
There are almost innumerable shapes, colors, styles, height and additions. They may have built in swinging platforms, hanging ropes or other toys, stairs, tunnels and the number of 'trunks' and 'limbs' can vary widely. Obviously, the more cats you have the more places on your tree you will want. (Or you may opt for multiple trees.) Colors can be chosen to offset or compliment your color scheme; and shapes can even include looking like an actual tree or the castle at Camelot.
If you are a cat lover with a big heart, you may want to adopt every homeless cat in the animal shelter, but be realistic. You cannot take in every stray that comes along. So how many cats are too many? It depends on the size of your home and your budget. Each cat you adopt will need plenty of space in your house, his own litter box, food dishes, and annual veterinary care. Owning 3 cats is realistic, but owning 10 or 15 could quickly become unmanageable. Some cat owners like to start out with a pair of kittens. They can play together and grow up together, while others are content with one cat who becomes a devoted companion. However many cats you adopt, make sure that each one is given lots of love and the best care possible.
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