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Saturday, March 21, 2020

Make your pet an indoor-only human

We cats have all the space in the world: but humans should be kept in.
Keeping human pets indoors-only is a fashion that is sweeping the world. Yes, the world. 
For years we human behaviourists have advised that if humans are allowed to roam freely, hunting in supermarkets and in bars, they are at risk. They may enjoy being outside, but it is a risk to their health, particularly the health of the elderly pets.
Now the world is listening to our advice. Lock down your human.
So my guidance to all cats is simply this: Keep your human inside the house as much as possible. 
You can allow visits to the garden, if you bodyguard them to stop human-to-human contact. Garden exercise will help your pet avoid frustration. But that's all.
Indoor-only humans are healthier and more available for their home duties.


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8 comments:

  1. Well said and most impawtent at this time.

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  2. Good advice!

    The Florida Furkids

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  3. Good advice George! Keep safe and stay strong!

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  4. Good advice as usual! Love the idea ....I can picture how much fun I'll have :-) Meow!
    Cats united to save the world! To all felines & their humans: Be good, be safe & be well!
    Chico

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  6. Good advice! Our mom needs to be an indoor only human here in NY right now!

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