Creating a loving bond with a pet is an important step for any owner who wishes to take full responsibility and ownership for an animal who remains obedient at all times. The bond established between an owner and their pet can be viewed as beneficial for both parties; the former can receive the enjoyment of looking after the health and wellbeing of an animal, whereas the latter can be provided with a warm, welcoming home that is catered for their living requirements and allows them to enjoy a quality of life they deserve. This ensures that a pet and its owner can share a mutual understanding and connection that can be enjoyed within a household and outdoors.
As part of taking ownership of a kitten or cat, owners must enforce an element of training in order to create understanding and awareness of certain components that are important to living in a residential property. Cats must be able to understand where the food bowl, scratching post and litter tray are situated to ensure they utilise their feline instinct and intelligence to know where each facility is to carry out normal cognitive functions.
Although cats should be allowed to go outside as part of retaining their naturalistic instincts for creating territory and hunting for birds, they often remain indoors to enjoy the warmth and comfort provided by their owner. While accidents can happen from time to time, owners may discover urine patches across their home when coming home from work which may be frustrating and show a lack of obedience from a cat who refuses to use their litter tray.
As the source of the problem may be FLUTD (Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease), owners require an adequate form of treatment in order to ensure their pet returns to full health. Specialist vetinarians provide a tailored form of pet food that is designed to be included within the feed given to a cat to effectively correct the problem and prevent a cat from encountering bladder problems. Not only can it avoid the potential need for surgery, but also reduces the chances of potential problems, such as the recurrence of oxalate and struvite stones, further down the line.