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Raising a British Blue Cat: Top Considerations for a Healthy, Happy Pet

Raising a British Blue Cat: Top Considerations for a Healthy, Happy Pet

How to choose a healthy blue cat

1. Choose a rounder head.
2. Choose a blue cat that is lively, cute, and highly interactive.
3. Observe the secretions from the eyes, nose, and anus. It is not recommended to buy if there is secretion from the eyes and nose, and it is not recommended to buy for cats with dirty buttocks.
4. Observe the hair and choose shiny, fluffy hair.

Preparation for bringing a blue cat home

1. It is recommended that kittens raised for more than three months have relatively strong immunity. Cats that are too young are easy to die and are not suitable for novices.
2. Before taking the cat home, do a thorough cleaning of the house. Bacteria in the corners can easily make kittens sick.
3. You can use a cardboard box to pick up kittens. For older cats, it is recommended to use a cat bag or flight box to prevent escape.

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4. Put away all fragile and dangerous items at home: skin care products, cups, tableware, cockroach poison, rat poison, knives, etc.
5. Be sure to seal the windows. Cats like to fly over walls and walls to prevent them from falling.

Basic knowledge of cat raising
1. Cats must be dewormed
It is divided into internal and external deworming. External deworming is performed once a month, and internal deworming is performed every three months. You can also purchase recommended medicines and supplies yourself.

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2. Cats must be vaccinated
Generally, it is cat triple vaccine and rabies vaccine. It is recommended that the cat go to the hospital for vaccination at least one week after arriving home.
3. Neutering is good for cats. If you want your cat to have children, you can consider neutering before it goes into estrus from June to August.
4. Cats do not need to be bathed too frequently. It is recommended to bathe them once every two to three months. If they are kept at home and do not go out, they can be bathed once every six months. Bathing is not recommended for young cats.
5. Personally tested cats like to be touched on their chin, top of the head, and cheeks.
6. Most cats have the opposite lifestyle to us. They sleep during the day and are noisy at night. Be mentally prepared before raising a cat.

Cat Supplies preparation

1. Cat food (varies from cat to cat, there is no absolute good or bad)
2. Cat litter (buy cheap and easy to use large bowls)
3. Cat litter box (it is recommended to buy a closed litter box, which is odor-proof and clean)
4. Cat scratching posts (cats need to sharpen their claws) can reduce damage to furniture
5. Cat bowl
6. Cat toys

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