My son has a cat. Not so good for the environment, but nice of course for him. It became a serious environmental problem when she suddenly turned out to be pregnant. Do not wait to sterilize the cat, is my advise.
When the cat had to be sterilized, the vet was ill. So he gave her a shot so that she wouldn’t get pregnant for a while. The jab, he said simulated a pregnancy. But it was nonsense and worse. She became pregnant and we did not realize it because of that false pregnancy. When we found out she was already too far away for abortion.
I am a vegetarian and meanwhile I give my cats meat in the form of lumps. How disturbed is that?
We have 5 cute kittens now. They are incredibly funny and sweet, but I hope never to experience it again. They are a serious disaster for the environment. I am a vegetarian and meanwhile I give my cats meat in the form of lumps. How disturbed is that? So do not take a cat or else, do not wait to sterilize the cat.
How can I limit the environmental damage?
- Immediately sterilize them with 6 months. Both the females and the males
- Dry cat food instead of fresh meat or wet food
- Don’t buy stuff for the cats
- Clean the litter box twice a day to save litter
- Search for an alternative to cat litter, such as wood chips
- If they go outside, then with a whole zipper of small cat bells on the collar so that birds and rodents are warned
- Keep the cats indoors as soon as small birds fly out
- In the meantime we enjoy them. What else can we do?
- Does anyone have an other idea or want one?
Scratching post for 60 cents and no waste
An old piece of board and a roll of rope is an excellent scratching post. Wrap the rope tightly around the post and secure the rope above and below with a staple. When we do not need it anymore, whe can reuse both the board and the rope