8 Tips for Making an Outdoor Cat an Indoor Cat!

2. Safe Haven
Cats need a safe place to go when they feel frightened. You need to ensure your new indoor cat has a place where he feels safe. Cardboard boxes are a great places for this.

1. Spend Time and Play With Your Cat
Your cat needs to burn off a lot of energy so set aside time to spend time with him and encourage play, such as a feather tied to a string.

For a great story about the process of rehoming an outdoor cat, read this little tale about Nigel.

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