8 Tips for Making an Outdoor Cat an Indoor Cat!

5. Toy Selection

Cats are smart and get bored quickly. To keep your kitty from tearing up your personal items, you want to change out his cat toys frequently.

4. Cat Containment System
You can allow your indoor cat access to outside with a cat containment system that keeps them in the yard, on a deck or on a balcony.

3. Secure Your Home
Your former outdoor cat will return to outside if he can. Make sure to secure all of your windows and doors. Tell family members and guests that the kitty isn’t allowed outside and might try to bolt.

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