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Cat lovers would welcome thousands of these animals: they are clean, beautiful, affectionate, fun, have a great personality. However, it is usual to stop to think, How many cats can I have at home? Will they be too many?
Especially if we have more than two, it is essential to stop to reflect, simply, to evaluate if it is correct or not and what it can entail to have many cats in the same home. For example, does it affect your well-being? Are they happy living in large communities? Next, in we will solve some of your doubts:
It is very important to understand that all cats, however independent, need the affection and attention that, at times, only we can provide (especially in very introverted cats or that do not know how to relate to other cats), so it is estimated that we can have as many cats as hands, as explained by the Gats Educator.
That is, a couple could have up to four cats, while a single person would be convenient to have only two. We must emphasize that this is a generic indication and that there are people who live with “more cats of the account” but covering well their affective and other needs.
If we spend many hours away from home, it is advisable to have a couple of cats, mainly so that they do not suffer all the time that we are outside. However, having 10 or more cats at home is not an ideal situation, mainly for the following reasons:
Si you have answered no to any of these questions, is that you probably have more cats on the bill. Reflect on whether this is a correct attitude or if, on the contrary, you should consider looking for second homes for your cats.
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