Keeping Your Cat Indoors Will:
• Protect your cat and family against deadly diseases such as rabies.
• Protect your cat against deadly feline diseases such as feline leukemia.
• Protect your cat against wild animals.
• Protect your cat against moving vehicles.
• Protect your cat against strange people that may intentionally hurt animals.
Dangers of Letting Your Cat Outdoors:
• Being hit by a car.
• Ingesting a deadly poison like antifreeze or a pesticide.
• Being trapped by an unhappy neighbor.
• Being attacked by a roaming dog, cat, or wild animal.
• Contracting a disease from another animal.
• Becoming lost and unable to find her way home.
• Being stolen.
• Encountering an adult or child with cruel intentions.
All cat owners will agree that cats are low maintenance and easy to please. They learn to use the litter box quickly, there’s no need for long walks, trips to the park, and you never have to worry about how they’ll get along if you leave them for alone for a day.