Many people like to keep a cat, but you need to know how to take care of it before you plan to keep a cat. The following tips can help you take care of your pet cat.

Step1: First, create a safe and comfortable place for your kitten. And prepare potty, food tray, etc. At the same time to ensure that yourkitten will be no security threats.

Step2: Feed your cat on time, don't change the meal time suddenly or frequently. If you want your cat to love you more, don't change the pet's usual food. Cat food can be dry food, canned food, or a combination of food and canned food.It is recommended to feed the cat no more than twice a day. You can also fill the tray with cat food and add it once a day. But be careful, don’t raise cats that are too obese, which is bad for cats’health.

Step3: Don't ignore the needs of your cat! If you leave home, make sure your pet has enough food and water. If you leave for a long time, please make sure someone takes care of your cat. Although cats are quite independent animals, they require human attention and regular care.

Step4: Cats like to clean; if your cat's litter boxis dirty, it will look for another place that can meet its natural needs. Clean your pet's litter boxregularly with soap and water. If you want to use a new kind of cat litter, first mix the old filler with the new one, and gradually replace it with a new one.

Step5: Wash your cat frequently to prevent the cat from getting sick. It is also necessary for you to contact your cat, straighten out and clean up the cat hair that has fallen off. Brush your cat gently to avoid sudden movements. Treat it gently.

Step6: Play with your cat often and try to use toys attached to the rope. Move the toy to the front of the cat so that she will understand how to catch it. She would think it was a rodent or a bird. Simulate the movements of these animals. Your cat will grab the toy. But you must be careful not to hurt your hands by the cat.

Step7: When petting your cat, stop if he doesn't like it. The cat may stop purring or looking at you, as if telling you that she doesn't want you to touch her anymore.

And there you have it. These are just a few of the things to keep in mind when you get yourself a new companion. Another important consideration: Cats often live for around 20 years, so you and your furry feline friend will be together for a long time.