In the impression of many cat owners, cats are kept at home for a lifetime. Unlike dogs, they need to be pulled out to play. In fact, this idea is wrong. Cats are also curious and want to see the outside world. Dr. Dai Genji, an animal behavior expert in Taiwan, has also said that if the cat is not taken for a walk, it may have problems such as anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder, excessive licking, hallucinations, and hypersensitivity.
Walking the cat can not only improve the cat’s anxiety behavior problems, but also reduce the incidence of feline reproductive tract syndrome (FUS) and feline interstitial cystitis (FIC). These two diseases are common in general domestic cats. Because if conditions permit, the cat will still have to take it out for a walk.
But speaking of walking the cat is simple, but it is difficult to implement it. If you can’t get a good cat, you may be lost. If you don’t know how to walk and don’t make enough preparation, don’t take the lead to walk the cat in a hurry! Cats who have not used the cat’s rope are likely to have an aversion to the rope and the chest strap; and the cat who has not been out of the door is also easy to be frightened. If you escape, it is likely that it will never be found again.