How to adapt to a new environment for cats

Rachel
AUG 22,2021

When we move or go to a new place of work, it is inevitable that we do not adapt to the environment, and the same is true for timid cats, especially cats that have just been bought back, as all aspects of the body are more needy, plus the unfamiliar environment, will certainly be very scared, for such cats, parents must help cats adapt to the new environment.

Scottish Fold cat (Details)

    We move or to a new place of work, do not adapt to the environment is inevitable, for timid cats is also the same, especially just bought back the cat, because the body in all aspects are more need, plus the unfamiliar environment, will certainly be very afraid, for such cats, parents must help cats adapt to the new environment.

  1, just to return or buy back the cat, due to not adapt to the new environment, will feel very afraid, constantly screaming, and always want to run out, therefore, should take appropriate measures to allow the cat to adapt to the new environment, and to prevent the cat run away.

  2. The new cat should preferably be kept in a cage, and the cage door must be closed tightly. If there is no cage, it can also be kept in the litter, but it must be covered with a net cover and the net cover must be pressed tightly. Fresh food and drinking water should be put in the cat cage or litter, and it should be visited frequently. When the cat no longer barks, but keeps licking the fur with its tongue, this means that the cat has a sense of security and is no longer afraid. At this point, the owner can tease the cat through the cage in order to get familiar with the cat and establish feelings. 3-4 days later, the cat can be released and the cat will be able to adapt to the environment and stop barking and running around.

  3. Some cats are fond of sleeping under the owner's blanket, which is a bad habit because some diseases in cats, such as ringworm and toxoplasmosis, are easily transmitted to people, so it is necessary to train the cat not to go to bed.

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