What’s the Best Pet to Get? A Cat, of Course!

Let’s say you don’t have a lot of time to dedicate to an animal. You don’t want to walk them multiple times a day. You also don’t want to have to make arrangements with family or neighbors every time you are late from work. And lastly, you don’t want to leave them boarded each and every time you travel…

Get a cat!

It’ll make you smile. Or at least shake your head in wonder. Ha ha 😉

Cats are known for requiring little maintenance, zero grooming fees, and are very independent when it comes to necessities such as water, food, and shelter.

cat rest

Cats are great with children. Well…. most of the time, and if you get a docile one (but that goes for all animals). Even so, theres always room for improvement, at least as seen on My Cat From Hell episodes.

Cat From Hell Show

Cats aren’t messy. In fact they are very tidy.

And in general do not smell bad. And are not noisy (unless you forget to feed them!).

eat

✓ Cats are happily independent. They do require some attention but for the most part are happy on the window sill.

They’re huggable and playful. These balls of fur are super at entertaining us too :-DKittens playing

 Cat Tricks

Still wondering? Take a quiz to find out what pet would be most suitable for you here.

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About Kay @KittyCat_Smile

Hi! I live in sunny south Florida. Best of all I'm a proud mom to a tall and talented girl and two very cool kitty-cats. I'm a cat-lover (oh my cats!), a self-proclaimed, awesome, shoe-hoarder (luv them heels). I enjoy being a freelance editor, an occasional photographer of roses and the ocean (what else is there?), and my profession is Paralegal - yes, my life is full. I love that you're reading this ;-)

Posted on June 5, 2015, in animals, blog, cat, pets, photography, rescue and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Although I have serious doubts about the “cats are independent” part, I wholeheartedly agree that cats make wonderful companions. And they aren’t as clueless about human behaviour as some people might think, and often can sense things aren’t right – a close relative of mine broke a foot a while ago and the cats just knew to stop asking her to chase them around the house, choosing instead to lay down next to her and ask for quiet cuddles. Smart ones 🙂

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    • Hi Leonor! It’s true, they can be independent but probably choose not to be. But at least don’t require a whole lot of walking! I love my little companion. 🙂 They really are smart! Thanks for sharing your friend’s story about her cats. Hope she recovered and is back to chasing the furry ones!

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