Jim Mazey

by Jim Mazey
(Richmond California)

Haveing worked as a Veterinary Technician for more than 15 years, I have seen so many cats injured or killed as a result of their outdoor activities. The vast majority of pet cats should be kept indoors. Most cats adjust well to indoor life. Especially if cat walks and cat trees are available to climb on. Cats that have been indoors all their lives do not know all the dangers of the real world and shouldn't be converted to outdoor life.
There is the rare cat that just has to be outside. But most cats eventually figure out that shelter has its advantages.
Being creatures of habit, most cats are content with an enclosed yard and being brought indoors at night.

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