Dogs and cats are one of, if not the most, popular pets in the world. Most people have dogs and cats as pets inside their houses. Some love to have dogs than cats for some reason, while others prefer to have cats than dogs, as they sometimes call their fur baby. According to other people, cats are anti-social, but that’s not true. Since cats alone, most people mistakenly described them as loners, but many cats do enjoy the company of humans. There are many good traits a cat has to encourage you to have them as your pet. Here are some of them:
Cats are clean
Cats frequently groom themselves, which makes them clean even without bathing them. So, you will quickly notice if there is something that’s bothering them on their skin. Cats certainly have fleas when they scratch, chews her skin, or it seems restless. You can ease their itch (and protect its skin) by learning how to spot and get rid of the fleas on them and inside your house.
Cats are low maintenance
Cats are considerably more independent than other pets, but they still need love and affection, just like other pets. What’s good with this is that cats don’t require much attention than other pets. You don’t need to bother taking them outside multiple times a day for bathroom and exercise walks. Also, training is not required as much as other pets. That best part is, cats are content to curl up next to you while you work or you do your own thing. They are just happy with your presence.
Cats are loving
Owning a cat can help you release oxytocin, which is sometimes associated with the feeling of being in love. They love their humans so much that they help them to heal through their affection. As we all know, love heals, and maybe a significant part of that mending is the connection they created by their ability to receive and sense us deeply. I genuinely believe that the reason we need cats in our lives is that they have skills that few humans possess. They indicate our tactile presence in a deeply felt way. They truly know how to let us in. They’re in that spot in the delightful moment receiving our touch.