Cat Care - Quiz

You`ll find scoring information and some cat care tips underneath this Quiz. Have fun!

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Let`s Start With Cat Care Quiz...


35 points


Cat Care Genius!

Bravo! You know everything there is to know about general care!

24-34 points



You know a lot. Great!

13-23 points


Cat Super Fan!

You like cats, and you know some care tips, but you`re not a Cat Expert yet.

2-12 points


Cat Fan!

You like cats, but you have a little studying to do before you know EVERYTHING. Improve your knowledge by reading some cat care tips below.

0-1 points


Have you ever see a cat before? Improve your knowledge by reading some cat care tips below.

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Cat Care Tips

  • Cats require taurine, an essential amino acid, for heart and eye health. The food you choose should be balanced for the life stage of your cat or kitten. Properly balanced foods will contain taurine.
  • Before bathing a cat, put a drop of mineral oil in each eye to prevent irritation from soap.
  • Cutting your cat’s nails every two to three weeks will keep them relatively blunt and less likely to harm the arms of both humans and furniture. 
  • Never offer your cat bones -- they can splinter into sharp pieces and catch in your pet's throat.
  • Your pet should have her own clean, dry place in your home to sleep and rest. 
  • Take your pet to your veterinarian if signs of anorexia, diarrhea, vomiting or lethargy continue for more than two days.
  • To pick up your cat, place one hand behind the front legs and another under the hindquarters. Lift gently. Never pick up a cat by the scruff of the neck or by the front legs.
Holding a cat
  • Your cat's ears should be cleaned monthly. Clean only that part of the ear canal that you can see, using a cotton swab soaked in mineral oil or alcohol.
  • Catnip, and those little freeze-dried cat treats are excellent tools for cat bribery and training.
  • Don't use ammonia, deodorants or scents, especially lemon, when cleaning the litter box. If your cat will not use a litterbox, please consult with your veterinarian. Sometimes refusal to use a litter box is based on a medical condition that required treatment.
  • Treats should be no more than 5-10% of the diet.
Cat treats
  • If you're going to change your pet's diet, do it gradually. A sudden change may be a shock to the animal's system.
  • To avoid colds, keep your cat inside for several hours after a bath.
  • Never give your cat medication that has not been prescribed by a veterinarian.
Cat taking medication
  • Keep cats away from the poisonous houseplants, such as dieffenbachia, mistletoe berries, and poinsettia.
  • If you encounter matted or tangled fur when combing a long-haired cat, use your fingers, not a comb, to separate the tangles.

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