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While its much safer for cats to have an indoors-only lifestyle, your cat can still enjoy the sights and sights of the great outdoors from the safe confines of a pet stroller. If you live in an area not heavily populated with dogs, consider teaching your cat to wear a harness and take her out for walks on a leash. It takes patience to train a cat to walk on a leash comfortably.Don’t rush it. Photo PetGear.

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he foot of a cat tree, isolated on white

Mani-pedis are really important for both dogs and cats. If left unattended, nails can grow into the skin. Not only is this painful but it also makes walking extremely difficult. If you struggle to trim nails, both a groomer or the vet’s office can help. Some adoption agencies offer free nail trims for life. So be sure to ask when you adopt.

A nice cat scratching post will also help keep nails in good shape.