A lot of people ask
me how I feed my cats. The answer is that there are no two people in the world that have equal tastes and it is the same for cats. I always respect my catís opinions and do not force them to eat one type of food or another. Some of my cats
eat raw meet, some like dry food. I have a girl who likes to eat fish every day and becomes skinny if I cut down the fish from her diet. Therefore, every day one of her meals is fish; she is happy and feels well. Even when I get to know my
catsí preferences to a certain type of food, I still try something new. And then I find out that one likes blueberries and pieces of red pepper while the other is crazy about dill and cauliflower.
Our kittens are taught to eat dry, canned and fresh food so their future owners could choose the food that is convenient for them.
We donít give our kittens milk.
We donít give our kittens pork.
I recommend the food at room temperature, not too hot or too cold.
The water should always be at the catís reach and changed once a day.
Any uneaten food must be removed right away.
British cats love to eat, so donít leave any food overnight.
Donít rush to fill that bowl in the morning if the cat is still sleeping. Wait until he looks in your eyes and meows. Educating a cat is a very
important matter; this will teach the cat to be thankful.
Here are some things you might need to purchase:
1. Litter filling
2. Сат tree. Remember: Brits are heavy and fat, so your cat tree must be stable. If you want to buy a little house for your
cat, it mustnít be put up at floor level, as the cat will think it is a litter.
3. A couple of bowls
4. Some toys (the ones you can wash are the best)
5. A laser, very good if you donít want to run before the cat after a long working day
6. A comb, the cat should know it and love it. It doesnít matter if itís fur is easy to groom. Our kittens get used to the comb, which helps a
lot for shows.
7. A couple of cat beds where the cat can curl up. We have a few in each room.`