Cats have needs in common with the human instinct that is shelter. In the wild cats are making their own enclosures by digging a hole to make the place like a cave. They create a space that they deem safe for them and their children from danger.
Provide a comfortable cage for your cat tillers; put some of their favorite toys and blankets to give them comfort. Cage size should be adjusted to their body size. A good cage should have enough room to play, sleep, and space for them to remove the dirt. If the cage is too narrow and they will be inside the cage in a long time then you will get into trouble if they dirt. The dirt will be trampled and embedded in their fur. Cats also will quickly get bored being in a narrow cage.
These are the tips to train a cat to settle in a cage:
• before entering into a cat cage should be invited to play / practice to depleted energy. The cat will be tired and will be more passive during their stay in the cage.
• Encourage the cat to defecate in advance.
• Provide food in a cage. Sometimes, if you give it a snack should be provided within the cage so they feel comfortable when enjoying these snacks. They will also feel safe from his friend when he was eating.
• Always give praise and caresses as you enter them into the cage.
• In the first two days, if tillers cat cry when inserted into the cage you should not respond. If you respond then your cat will never want to enter the cage again.
• Put a few toys to keep their pet can play.
You should also know how to stop cats from spraying indoors.
Tillers cat should input into the cage if you’re not in the nearby until the age of 5 months and do not forget to always provide drinking water in the cage. For adult cats who have been trained into the cage will provide several advantages for you as if you had a visitor who does not like cats, was cleaning the house, want to entrust their care in place as long as you go on vacation and so forth.