Enrichment for Indoor Cats

Debra Bourne
July 2017

Cats kept indoors should be provided with various types of enrichment, including resting and hiding places, social interaction, scents, sounds, toys and chasing games. Feeding-based enrichment is often neglected but should be central and can be used for feeding much of the daily ration, if introduced correctly.

Enrichment for Indoor Cats
Enrichment for Indoor Cats

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