Tips for Improving Kitty Behavior

Did you know that when you make simple changes to enrich your cat's life you reap the benefits as well? From eliminating outside the litter box to aggression, even inappropriate scratching, these and other behavioral disorders of indoor cats can be treated simply by making improvements to your cat's environment. In this month's episode of Pet Talk, Dr. Sarah shares her surprisingly simple tips that you can implement at home, all to help your feline feel purringly content. Which makes everyone in the home a little bit happier.

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Comments (6) -

  • Torey

    10/5/2014 7:32:00 AM |

    good information.

  • Linda

    10/10/2014 4:14:46 AM |

    Great Tips thank you.

  • Linda

    10/10/2014 4:17:02 AM |

    Could you add a nice SHARE link? PLEASE.

  • Terry H

    10/15/2014 8:29:34 PM |

    Hi Dr. Sarah -

    Thank you for some great tips and information to help me make my kitties life more enjoyable and healthier. I love the idea regarding using the storage box with wheels attached as a little box. I have a fat (for lack of a sweeter word) cat who has difficulty in getting in/out of the litter box. This tip should be great.

    Thanks again,

    Terry

  • Stacey

    2/13/2015 3:57:30 AM |

    Wow, thanks for the great tips, love the bottle and litter tips.  We will try them soon.  Thank you

  • Ruth

    9/3/2015 7:39:33 AM |

    Thanks, great tips! As a Life's Abundance Rep, I am a dog lover and never knew you could change a kitty's behavior

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