1/ Adopt a cat or kitten from a local shelter or rescue – there’s always a beautiful kitty in need of a good home.
2/ Make a donation to a local shelter or rescue. Food, blankets, toys, litter and other items are always in demand.
3/ Volunteer at a local shelter or rescue where you can help by cleaning cages and litter boxes, play with the cats and kittens.
4/ Buy or plant some cat grass for your furry friends. It helps them get key nutrients and minerals into their diet, aids with digestion and helps prevent the build-up of hairballs.
5/ Take some time out to play with your cat/s. Try a cat-fishing pole with a toy or feather on the end of the line, a mirror to reflect light (careful- laser pointers can cause eye damage), crumpled paper or best of all – boxes. Cats adore boxes.