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Caring for Your British Blue Cat: Must-Know Tips for First-Time Owners

Caring for Your British Blue Cat: Must-Know Tips for First-Time Owners

Although blue cats are easy to raise, it does not mean that you do not need to know some knowledge before raising one. Those who want to raise it must check these, it will be useful.
1. Blue cat, whose hometown is in the UK, has a very docile personality, doesn't like to bark, is not very picky about food, and has a big appetite, so he is also called "Blue Fatty"
2. Food replacement: 7-day food replacement method
3.Cat litter: mixed type
4. Cat bowl: ceramic or stainless steel
5 Toys: Buy less. Cat scratching posts and cat teasing sticks are a must.
6. Meimao: Fish oil and cooked egg yolk
7. Seal the windows: There are no nine lives. If you raise a cat, you must seal the windows.
8. Greedy: Do not feed chocolate, onions, garlic and other foods, it will kill the cat.
9. Milk powder: goat milk powder.
9. Hair loss: lack of vitamin B
10. Constipation: boil pumpkin and eat it
11. You can be vaccinated after two months. The interval between each injection is 21 days. You can be vaccinated against rabies after three months. All antibodies must be tested after vaccination. The absence of antibodies means that the vaccination has failed and needs to be re-vaccinated. If there are antibodies If so, just get a booster shot every year.
12. Deworming: internal deworming (Bai Chongqing) + external deworming (big pampering), once a month when going out, once every three months when not going out
13. Deodorize: Ole Bear Spray
14. Ear mites: ear clearing and soothing
15. Indigestion: Probiotics
16. Cold: a new feeling of happiness
17. Skin diseases: erythromycin ointment
18. Tear stains: Wipe your face with saline solution
19 Anemia: Favoring the blood
20. Inflammation: Sono

Disadvantage ①: Not fond of sports
British Shorthair blue cats are notoriously lazy. We all know that cats sleep a long time a day, and blue cats are no exception. Blue cats are also very lazy when they are not sleeping and rarely exercise. Therefore, many blue cats are prone to excessive obesity, so this has also become a disadvantage of blue cats.
Disadvantage ②: Very "rebellious"
The second biggest shortcoming of the British Shorthair blue cat is that it is very petty and very vindictive, so many people say it is a "rebellious" cat. When the cat is interacting with the blue cat, if he accidentally offends it, it will stare at you without hesitation, and may even give you a paw backhand.
Advantages of blue cats:
Advantage 1: Cheap price
Blue cats were more expensive at first because of the small quantity. Later, many merchants sensed the business opportunities, and more and more people were breeding British shorthair. The price of British shorthair also dropped. Generally, the price is a few hundred yuan, and the ones with better quality are only one or two thousand.
Advantage 2: Good appearance
The blue cat has gray hair and looks extremely high-end! Moreover, most blue cats have round faces, big eyes, chubby bodies, and cute and cute looks. They are loved by everyone. If you take a photo and post it in your circle of friends, it will also gain a lot of face.
Advantage 3: Good physical fitness
Most blue cats have strong adaptability. They are courageous and easily accept new environments. For those who are raising cats for the first time, they can manage them very well and don’t have to worry about keeping them alive. Blue cats with good physique save their owners a lot of worry.

Food taboos for blue cats
Foods that hurt your heart: chocolate, coffee, tea, cola
Foods that are good for blue cats’ hearts: bitter melon, salmon, blueberries, spinach, carrots
Foods that damage the kidneys: cherries, grapes, xylitol, raisins, alcohol
Foods good for blue cat kidneys: blueberries, fish, broccoli, black sesame seeds, cabbage
Foods that cause hemolysis and anemia: onions, shallots, green onions, garlic, leeks, pear cores, apple cores, etc.
Foods that replenish blood for blue cats: Pork liver, chicken liver, duck liver
Foods that damage the pancreas: bacon, pork, ham, human food, greasy and heavy-flavored food
Good foods for blue cats’ pancreas: spinach, broccoli, cauliflower, radish, chicken breast
Items that are good for blue cats’ bladders: Youresu, you should prepare some, especially for small male cats, it is a diuretic and relieves stranguria.
Symptoms of poor lung function in blue cats: they are prone to colds, coughs, and runny noses, and they will gasp for breath and have difficulty breathing if they exercise even slightly.
Foods good for blue cats’ lung function: radish, winter melon, mung bean soup, snow pear, seaweed
Symptoms of a blue cat with a bad spleen: prone to bad breath, weight loss, frequent vomiting, and loss of appetite
Foods good for blue cats’ spleen: tofu, radish, jujube, black beans, oats, yams, beef, millet, and mushrooms
Foods good for blue cat hair: cooked egg yolks, cooked quail eggs, yogurt, carrots

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