Cat hygiene and toileting

Cats are among the animals that love cleanliness in general, as you always find them licking themselves and cleaning themselves after each time they relieve themselves.

It is preferable to clean the cat with healthy or normal sand, which are very available types, especially in shops.

Kittens can be trained to bath and shower from the fifth or sixth week of life until they get used to these things.

Cats not only lick themselves for cleaning, but also to remove excess hair from their body, and they can also be helped in this task, taking into account the removal of excess hair only.

It is forbidden to cut the whiskers of cats, as it is very useful for them; Mustaches help the cat maintain its balance, and measure the distance and distance of objects from it.

Mustaches help cats in the dark, and cutting them makes them feel distress and tension. These mustaches are used, for example, if he wants to enter a certain place and it is narrow, so he can know if he can pass through it or not by these mustaches.

She bathes once a week using her own shampoo or even soap and conditioner because regular shampoo makes her hair fall out.

Bathing cats is at least once a week in the summer and can be increased to twice, while it is once a month so as not to get exposed to cold and intestinal infections.

It is very necessary to take care of trimming the cat’s nails, as often he can get angry and scratch his owner or even scratch the furniture, and if the cat’s nails are long, it can infect the person with diseases and bacteria.

Cats' nails should be trimmed at the veterinarian or specialists to prevent the cat from being harmed, or trimming can be dispensed with by making the cat wear nail covers, which are widely available in shops or animal supply stores.

Training the cat to go to the toilet:
This training is the most difficult and the commitment of the cat takes time and patience. With a little training, the cat can use the toilet like a human.

First of all, the cat must have a bowl designated for him for his litter, and it is customary. The place of the bowl must be changed gradually after the cat gets used to it.

For example, the bowl is placed in the bathroom and then it is brought close to the toilet, then the bowl is placed over the toilet and the cat climbs over it in order to relieve himself, and after this situation is accustomed to this, the bowl is removed from the base of the toilet and left the cat to relieve himself without a bowl.