3 snoring snacks
Let’s face it, we all like to snack. But your cat depends on you to make the right choice regarding its snack time, so be responsible. Your human snack is not good for cats. Go to the local pet store (maybe try holistically) and buy responsibly. Keep dry pellet snacks to a minimum and give your pet a little lean protein instead. She will go crazy for these freeze-dried pieces of chicken or lamb, and she will reward you by living a longer, healthier life full of love for you. You will also want to take into account the calories in the treats and balance them with a meal in smaller portions. Gaining weight is much easier than removing it, and obesity causes a lot of medical problems.
2 Snuggle Time
Cats love to snuggle. Whether on your lap or next to you, they love to curl up and purr. So, when your cat is in “cuddle mode”, try to find time to snuggle back – perhaps a slight scratch behind the ears or a long petting session. Not only will you be rewarded with the love of the cat, but you will relax, which is always a good thing.