How to create the perfect indoor Environment

for your cat

Creating the Perfect Indoor Environment for Your Cat
Tips and Tricks
Creating a comfortable and stimulating indoor environment for your cat is essential for their

Here are some tips and tricks using products available on the Pet Parlour website to help you create the perfect space for your feline friend.

  1. Provide a Comfortable Sleeping Area:
    Cats love a cosy place to sleep and rest. The Pet Parlour offers a variety of beds suitable for
    both cats & dogs
    . These beds provide a warm and comfortable space for your feline to relax and sleep but please note, that despite our best intentions, many cats will end up finding their own comfy space like the end of our beds or more unusual places like an empty sports bag, a tucked away chair seat or the kitchen mat! So don’t be offended if they refuse your sleep time
  2. Offer a Variety of Cat Toys:
    Cats need mental and physical stimulation to stay healthy and happy. The Pet Parlour has a wide selection of cat toys, including Kong Catnip Refillables or the Trixie Wooden Play Roll Cat Toy With Bell.. Kong refillable Cat toys come in various shapes, sizes, and designs, but the common feature is that they can be opened and filled with catnip. This can make the toys more interesting
    for cats, as the scent of catnip is released during play. Catnip is a herb that most cats are attracted to, and it can induce a temporary feeling of euphoria or excitement in them.
    NOTE: When introducing new toys to your cat, it’s a good idea to observe their reactions and ensure they are enjoying the experience safely. Some cats might be more responsive to catnip than others, and it’s important to provide a variety of toys and enrichment activities to keep your cat mentally and physically engaged. These toys will keep your cat entertained and engaged for hours.
  3. Set up a Scratching Post or scratching corner:
    Scratching is a natural behaviour for cats, and providing a scratching post will help them keep their claws strong and healthy and reduce damage to your furniture caused by this natural claw scratching. In addition they help the cat maintain good muscle health by
    helping them to stretch. The Pet Parlour offers various scratching posts, such as the Base Camp Playful Scratch Post.
    Maxi or the Trixie Scratching Board for Corners for example. These posts will give your cat a designated place to scratch and stretch their muscles.
  4. Create a Clean and Accessible Litter Area:
    A clean and accessible litter area is essential for your cat’s hygiene and comfort. The Pet Parlour offers a range of cat litter trays along with enclosed litter tray / toilets such as the Nestor Hooded Cat Litter Tray Toilet or the Savic Nestor Jumbo Hooded Cat Litter tray
    for all the mini lions out there! These litter trays, along with a good quality litter, like World’s best Multi litter which will help keep your cat’s space clean and help eliminate unpleasant odours in your home.
  5. Nutritious Diet:
    Just as humans thrive on a balanced diet, cats too need the right nutrition to stay healthy.
    Pet Parlour offers a range of cat food options, including Raw Cat Food, Wet Cat Food, and Dry Grain Free Cat Food.
    Ensure you choose a diet that suits your feline’s age, size, and health needs and please feel
    free to contact us if you need any help choosing the best option for you and your cat.

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Remember, every cat is unique. What works for one might not work for another. It’s
essential to observe your cat and understand its preferences and needs. With love, care,
and the right products, you can create the perfect indoor environment for your beloved

Best Regards,
The Pet Parlour Team

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