How to feed jinjila cat? How to feed chinchilla

       1. Pay attention to gastrointestinal skin care

       Keeping jinjila cat is the same as taking care of Persian cat. We should pay more attention to the gastrointestinal and skin care. Because jinjila cat facial secretion is too much, its facial cleaning care is also essential.

       2. Keep your home dry

       Jinjila is the best place to live in a dry environment. If you love a cat, you may want to turn on the air conditioner or dehumidifier for your cat to reduce the humidity and make it live more comfortable.

       3. Comb your hair every day

       In grooming, the owner should spend 5 to 10 minutes a day. Comb the cat’s hair to avoid knotting of the undercoat. Cats who don’t comb their hair often may need to cut or cut off their hair because of too many knots. The disordered fur is also a hotbed of bacteria, so you can’t be lazy if you love cats!

       4. Clean your body regularly

       If the living environment is humid and sundries are accumulated in the house, the cat often has the opportunity to walk around and easily get covered with dust. The owner should clean the cat’s body every 2 to 3 weeks. On the contrary, if the owner can keep the home dry and clean, the cat needs to take a bath every 2 months.

       5. Regular and quantitative feeding

       In terms of feeding, we should feed jinjila cats in a “fixed time and fixed quantity” way, because this will make it easier for the owners to find out when the cat has no appetite and to be on guard against the cat’s illness or indigestion.

       6. Choose dry food

       Jinjila cat should eat more dry food, which helps the cat to improve chewing ability, and hard dry food can help to remove calculus; on the contrary, wet food is easy to stick to the teeth, so it is difficult to remove, but it will make the cat form calculus. Of course, cats eat more dry food, and occasionally eat some wet food is not a big problem.