Infographic on tips to minimize outdoor risks for domestic cats

Tips to minimise outdoor risks to cats
Tips to minimise outdoor risks to cats. Infographic by MikeB at PoC. It is free to use under a creative commons license on condition you link back to my site. Thanks.
Two useful tags. Click either to see the articles: Toxic to cats | Dangers to cats

Note: except for these words I have deliberately not added text to see how it affects SEO. Please visit the articles below if the indoor/outdoor debate interests and excites you ??.

Tick on cat

Time to check our cats’ skin as climate change is blamed for growth in tick diseases

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Can an indoor cat get worms?

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Classy cat window box

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Neurotic cat owners perceive their cat differently

Cat owners with negative feelings are more likely to report cat problems

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I'm exhausted from playing!

Domestic cats and humans need to be active for their health

This is a short note about cat caregiving. I am concerned at the growing trend to keep domestic cats inside ...
Daffodils are toxic to cats

Should I allow my cat into the backyard if there are daffodils there?

It is spring and synonymous with spring are daffodils. It's great to see them and the smell of cut grass ...
Useful tag. Click to see the articles: Cat behavior

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