What I mean by that is that it is going to see you as it is best friend. The big portion of here activities are disagreeable to you. Trust me, I understand. Also, cats are more independent than dogs, are there is no reasoning with them. They basically ignore what you would like and are nearly impossible to train them to the stage you’d train a dog over here.
Have vacant bode ready. Cats love boxes, or some other tight spaces they could snuggle into. In around three minutes there’ll be one cat inside, I guarantee it. It will adore the box so much it is going to sleep in it, play it to the point of turning it into ribbons. Cats do not play nice, they generally destroy their plaything. We only want to be certain that is not you.
Build shelves. Cats also love peaks because they give them a feeling of security. Consider putting up some shelves and see the result.
Buy toys. Purchase rope-based items they can play . Static toys aren’t fun for cats, but they like something which squirms and will not stay still, like a hanging rope using a ball at the end of it or something similar. Or you can purchase mice. A good deal of them.
Those are often for sharpening their claws, otherwise they’ll decorate the furniture. You can get the vet eliminate their claws through operation, but bear in mind the claws are their sole weapon and without them the cat can’t defend itself, and nobody knows what the future may bring. Plus, it is a fairly invasive operation that I consider barbaric.
Buy decent food to the cat. Superior food will usually allow it to be lazy. Additionally, it makes it fat, but that is a small price to pay for your safety, is not it? Cats, like people, need a specific amount of protein and calories, otherwise they will become obscenely fat and that may be a significant impediment for their life.