Fence your naughty cat!
Cats are really naughty animals, if anything gets to their interest they’ll do all that they can to get to it and explore it as much as possible. In such situations even the best cats turn naughty and you must take necessary steps to fence your naughty cat in!
If you have an apartment handling your cat will be much easier as cat is used to staying indoors and the only time it will consider going out is when you leave your door open.
If your apartment has a terrace with it, then you have all that your cat needs; fresh air and cheering sun light. Be careful with terraces though as hyper kittens could sometimes be too curious to find out what it’s like to fall from a couple of floors.
In other cases your cat could be too lost in its sleep to care for its safety and ends up slipping from the terrace. If you have a house with a backyard then it’s definitely tough to keep the cat in.
Cats love to peek around in interesting looking places, if you don’t keep an eye on your cat, chances are it will go wandering to neighborhood and you could easily lose your cat. If not the cat could be exposed to several dangers like attacks from other animals. To fence your cat in consider getting a high cat proof fence as cats could easily climb out of the fence if it’s not that high and wander out.
When your house is properly fenced you could also invest in a cat door that would allow your cat to wander around the backyard whenever it wants. This freedom makes the cat happier and safer and the cat will be less inclined to leave the house boundaries and go astray.
If you don’t want to stop your cat from wandering outdoors then get a collar with your details for it so that if your cat gets lost one could easily contact you to return it.
Fencing your cat is the best option to keep it safe especially if it’s one of the hyperactive breeds. Providing your cat security is as important as providing it with food, love and care.