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Selling cats: advice for choosing your pussy!


When visiting a cat selling fair, you need to be aware of your lifestyle and expectations before deciding which breed to take home. Issues such as long or short coats, the space he must live in (apartment, house or rural property), the budget, as well as the time available to care for the pussy, must be carefully considered.

The answers to these questions help to optimize the purchasing process and selling cats.

Short or long coat?

Long-haired cats are sedentary and tend to require some extra care with regard to their fur. They are indicated for apartments or houses with little garden. Long hair also requires daily brushing to avoid knots and excessive hair loss around the house.

Short-haired cats tend to have a higher level of activity. They hunt more and need daily walks. They do not demand much hygiene care, since they do the job themselves.

Should I adopt or buy?

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Cats are social animals, so they don't like and shouldn't be alone for long periods of time. Loneliness can result in undesirable behaviors such as: aggression towards some family members, destroyed furniture or even depression. Information like this, can be clarified in specialized houses in the cat trade, or in entities that act with adoption.

If you work hard and have no one to leave your feline with, ideally you should adopt at least two. So, while you are at work, they are keeping each other company. If the pet will have attention all day, there is no problem in taking only one home, as long as it is offered the necessary care and affection.

Before heading to a trade show specializing in selling cats, research about the available breeds and question your needs, after all, you will be adding one more member to the family. And if the available budget is not enough for the purchase of purebred cats, don't worry. These tips are also valid for cats available for immediate adoption in shelters and animal protection organizations.


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