Leaving Your Cat Alone

Ensure your home is safe for your cat when you're away. Remove hazards, secure toxic items, and provide ample fresh water.

Safe Environment

Keep your cat engaged with toys, scratching posts, and interactive activities to prevent boredom and anxiety.

Enrichment and Toys

Set up automatic feeders and water dispensers to ensure your cat has access to their basic needs in your absence.

Food and Water

Maintain a clean litter box. Cats are particular about hygiene, so ensure it's fresh before you leave.

Litter Box Management

Consider having a pet sitter or a second cat for companionship. Some cats thrive with social interaction.

Socialization and Companionship

If you'll be away for extended periods, introduce the idea gradually. Short practice runs help your cat adapt.

Gradual Adjustments

When leaving for an extended time, rely on professional pet sitters or boarding facilities to care for your cat.

Professional Help

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