Yes, Your Cat Should Go Outdoors, If Possible

Indoor/Outdoor cats have it the best.

Until about 1950, pet cats were strictly outdoor pets or a combination of indoor/outdoor. But the development of cat litter in 1947 and the desire to keep cats safe led many veterinary organizations to recommend that cats be kept exclusively indoors. The American Association of Feline Practitioners (AAFP) sees it differently. “Indoor/outdoor living for cats […]
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