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How to Bond With Your Cat

July 1, 2018

Have you adopted a new kitty? Congratulations! We love seeing cats go to great homes! While some furballs will waste no time in hopping into your lap and basically taking over your home, others are more timid, and need time to settle in. An Oconomowoc, WI offers tips on bonding with your furry pal below.


Start by offering your feline buddy great basic care. This means good food, fresh water, and a clean litterbox. Regular veterinary care is also important. Fluffy will be calmer and happier if she is fixed and current on her parasite control products. Your cat may not appreciate microchips, regular exams, and vaccinations as much, but they are also very important to her overall health and well-being.


Treats are a great way to help Fluffy realize that she’s going to be pampered. You can give your furball store-bought treats. Cooked, plain meat, chicken, or fish, without the bones, skin, or fat are also good options. Kitties also often like canned tuna, salmon, or chicken. Just be sure there are no bones. Cat milk, which is found at most pet stores and groceries, is another suitable snack.


Don’t be shy about talking to your cat. Fluffy may not understand what you’re saying, but she’ll know that you’re trying to communicate with her. Be sure to use a gentle, friendly tone. Offering lots of compliments won’t hurt either. Cats love being praised!


Did you know that playing with Fluffy is one of the best things you can do for her? Your cute little pet is actually a fierce predator at heart. Pouncing and jumping lets her safely release—and indulge—her inner lioness. This is also a great way to burn off your furry friend’s excess energy, so she’ll be calmer after.

Kitty Comforts

It’s quite easy to turn a home into a luxury mansion for a cat. Offer Fluffy lots of comfy beds to nap in. If your furball is shy, offer her a hiding spot in every room, so she always has somewhere to go if she feels scared. Window seats, kitty gardens, and pet fountains will also score you some points. With patience, good care, and a little bribery, you’ll have that little motor going in no time!

Please feel free to contact us anytime. As your Oconomowoc, WI vet clinic, we’re here for you!