For your indoor cat
28/01/2015Elite Pet Care & Education
Many cat owners now prefer to
keep their cats indoors to
protect them from:
 Tom cat...
However
Cats who live indoors need to
live in an enriched environment
in order to be happy
and healthy.
28/01/2015Elite Pe...
Toys and
Games
TrainingEquipment
Outdoor
enclosures
28/01/2015Elite Pet Care & Education©
Bounce and pounce toys (Kramar)
28/01/2015Elite Pet Care & Education
Chose toys that squeak, chirp,
swing or vibrate
©
Hang toys off a
scratching post or
attach them to the
back of a chair
Kitty charmers or danglers
28/01/2015Elite Pet Care ...
Toys can be simple and cheap
Construct home made toys from toilet
paper rolls, crumpled up paper or balls
of wool made in...
Chasing fingers or toes under the
bedcovers
Chasing balls rolled along the floor
Finding treats hidden throughout
the h...
28/01/2015Elite Pet Care & Education
Cats love
clicker training
just as much
as any other
animal.
©
What can you train a cat to
do?
28/01/2015Elite Pet Care & Education
Sit
and
beg
Speak
Jump
through
hoops
Nose and
paw
tou...
28/01/2015Elite Pet Care & Education
What about training your cat in agility?
Video Links: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=...
28/01/2015Elite Pet Care & Education
Video Links http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WSioZDEIH68
To see more, including how to ...
Fun places to sleep,
scratch or hide in.
Place them to give
a view of the
outside world
28/01/2015Elite Pet Care & Educati...
28/01/2015Elite Pet Care & Education
Buster cubes
Train them to walk on a
cat harness for supervised
outside fun
There are...
Construction of an outdoor enclosure
allows your cat to have the best of both
worlds without the risk
28/01/2015Elite Pet ...
Cats must have access to grass for dietary
health so a grass base is important with a
toileting area of shavings, sand or ...
Cats are housed indoors to avoid
deadly risks
They need enrichment of their indoor
area to keep them happy and healthy
...
28/01/2015Elite Pet Care & Education
•Limited only by your
imagination
Toys and Games
•Cats love clickers just like
dogs
T...
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With more cats living indoors the environment they live in must be enriched to prevent behavior issues from occurring. This presentation outlines ways to achieve that. It is one of many helpful pieces of advice you receive is you join our Pet Care Magic membership program at www.elitepetcare.com.au

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Environment enrichment for indoor cats

  1. 1. For your indoor cat
  2. 2. 28/01/2015Elite Pet Care & Education Many cat owners now prefer to keep their cats indoors to protect them from:  Tom cats, dangerous dogs and wild animals Diseases such as Feline aids Cat haters and motor vehicles Chemicals and poisons Flea and tick infestations ©
  3. 3. However Cats who live indoors need to live in an enriched environment in order to be happy and healthy. 28/01/2015Elite Pet Care & Education©
  4. 4. Toys and Games TrainingEquipment Outdoor enclosures 28/01/2015Elite Pet Care & Education©
  5. 5. Bounce and pounce toys (Kramar) 28/01/2015Elite Pet Care & Education Chose toys that squeak, chirp, swing or vibrate ©
  6. 6. Hang toys off a scratching post or attach them to the back of a chair Kitty charmers or danglers 28/01/2015Elite Pet Care & Education Place bigger toys on the floor Kitty Kat Circus (Kramar) ©
  7. 7. Toys can be simple and cheap Construct home made toys from toilet paper rolls, crumpled up paper or balls of wool made into pom poms Leave boxes out for hiding Fun toys are limited only by your imagination 28/01/2015Elite Pet Care & Education©
  8. 8. Chasing fingers or toes under the bedcovers Chasing balls rolled along the floor Finding treats hidden throughout the house 28/01/2015Elite Pet Care & Education©
  9. 9. 28/01/2015Elite Pet Care & Education Cats love clicker training just as much as any other animal. ©
  10. 10. What can you train a cat to do? 28/01/2015Elite Pet Care & Education Sit and beg Speak Jump through hoops Nose and paw touches High fives with one and two paws ©
  11. 11. 28/01/2015Elite Pet Care & Education What about training your cat in agility? Video Links: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c3uy5x110p0 To see more including how to train this search Cat Agility on YouTube Live internet connection required ©
  12. 12. 28/01/2015Elite Pet Care & Education Video Links http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WSioZDEIH68 To see more, including how to train this search Cat Agility on YouTube v=WSioZDEIH68 Just for fun here is another one Live internet connection required ©
  13. 13. Fun places to sleep, scratch or hide in. Place them to give a view of the outside world 28/01/2015Elite Pet Care & Education Kitty Nap and play (kramar) Cat Napper Prestige Pet ©
  14. 14. 28/01/2015Elite Pet Care & Education Buster cubes Train them to walk on a cat harness for supervised outside fun There are many excellent choices of equipment that will make life more enjoyable for your indoor cat Hide their food in fun places to keep them occupied and stimulated ©
  15. 15. Construction of an outdoor enclosure allows your cat to have the best of both worlds without the risk 28/01/2015Elite Pet Care & Education Catnip Australia Pty Ltd enclosure ©
  16. 16. Cats must have access to grass for dietary health so a grass base is important with a toileting area of shavings, sand or loose soil. Enclose the base with a low timber or brick framework with timber or steel uprights surrounded by wire. Some helpful websites are: www.catmax.com.au www.betterpetsystems.com.au www.catnet.com.au 28/01/2015Elite Pet Care & Education©
  17. 17. Cats are housed indoors to avoid deadly risks They need enrichment of their indoor area to keep them happy and healthy This enrichment can be considered in four areas 28/01/2015Elite Pet Care & Education©
  18. 18. 28/01/2015Elite Pet Care & Education •Limited only by your imagination Toys and Games •Cats love clickers just like dogs Training •Beds, Scratching posts, food treat cubes and harnesses Equipment •The best of both worldsOutdoor enclosures ©

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