Do cats make good pets?

Cats have several benefits for kids. Taking care of a cat teaches youngsters social skills, helps them cope with trauma, and reduces their allergy risk, contrary to popular perception.

Cats cost less than medium or large dogs since they need less food, toys, and grooming trips. You don't have to go broke to support your pet. 

Cats may be left alone as long as they have food, water, and a litter box, unlike other pets that need frequent trips outside. 

Cats minimize heart attack and blood pressure risk, according to research. A 10-year study found that cat owners were 30% less likely to die from a heart attack or stroke than non-cat owners

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Any pet loss is heartbreaking, especially if you've been together for a while. Cats live an average of 12 years, giving you extra time to cuddle with your gorgeous kitty. 

Overly barking dogs may be irritating. Our fatigued and worried ears relax with a cat's purr. 

There is much to learn about cats and pet ownership.

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