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Advantages of owning a cat

Advantages of owning a cat

They are clever, cunning and affectionate (in their own way). More and more households are choosing to have a cat in their families. And the truth is, they are the perfect flatmates, and in this post we tell you why.

  1. They keep company, but are independent.

Cats require less care than other pets: they don't need to be walked three times a day and can spend a large part of the day alone at home. That doesn't mean you can't enjoy a good nap, playtime or cuddling with them.

  1. You sleep better.

Cat owners know this and we recommend it. There is no more relaxing feeling than hearing your little friend purring at the foot of your bed on a winter's night.

  1. Fly free home.

They are born hunters, and now their prey are the insects that enter your home. Say goodbye to that annoying fly, the moment it enters through the window, your cat already has it in mind to kill it.

  1. Having a cat relaxes.

Yes, it relaxes. And it's a scientifically proven fact. Their purr helps to reduce stress and blood pressure.

  1. They take care of you when you are sick.

They are not capable of making you a warm broth, but they are there. By your side in the worst moments, giving you the warmth and silent companionship you need.

  1. They are the best alarm clock.

You'll never be late for work or school. As soon as the sun comes up, they know what it means: breakfast. And they won't stop playing with their little paws on you, until you understand it too.

  1. Children are more responsible.

Involving children in the care of your cat helps them to take on duties from an early age. Tasks such as changing their water, feeding them or brushing them not only strengthen the relationship between them, but also help the child to take responsibility.

If, after these advantages, you are still not sure whether to welcome a cat into your family, we invite you to visit your local animal shelter. No one can say no to those bulging eyes!  

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