About The Shorthairs
These cats love their families and enjoy staying close, but they aren’t big on cuddling. They prefer to lounge next to you rather than occupying your lap, and they aren’t terribly demanding or overly vocal. British Shorthair cats make excellent pets for most households, but they don’t tolerate disrespect, and they don’t like to be held or carried.
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Once known as the British Blue and exclusively bred for blue-gray coloring, the British Shorthair cat now comes in a multitude of colors, but it retains its typical rounded profile and it’s delightful – yet somewhat reserved – personality.
In a nutshell, British Shorthair cats are pedigreed versions of British domestic shorthair cats that have been selectively bred over time to create a distinctive appearance and predictable personality traits.
How Do I Stop My Cat From Scratching The Floor At Night
Clawing is beneficial in cats so you should not eliminate the act. Therefore, the best way to solve this is to encourage the act on something else rather than your floor or even furniture. Cats have to relieve their need to sharpen their claws. Provide alternatives for scratching such as scratching posts. Get multiple posts and place them strategically where your cat likes clawing onto.
There are so many types of scratching posts in the pet market to choose from. You can actually make them at home if you are feeling industrious. If your cat likes scratching on your hardwood floor, you need to focus on wooden posts. Also include other materials such as sisal, carpet, and corrugated cardboard materials. Scratching patterns are different in cats but they range between horizontal and vertical scratching. Ideally, provide a vertical scratching post, an inclined scratcher, and a scratching mat to cover all patterns. Ensure the scratching posts are sturdy enough. Once your cats begin using them, they will stop damaging your floor at night.
Cover Up Your Floor
Once cats realise that your floor is appealing on their paws, it gets difficult to drive them away from it. The more they scratch on a particular spot marking it with gland secretions, the more they will keep coming back. Now, all that comes to your mind is protecting the floor by all means. Find out your cat’s preferences then cover the off-limit sports with materials that are unappealing to her paws. For example; aluminium foil, two-sided sticky tape, menthol, citrus odour, cologne, and muscle rub.
If possible, place something like a piece of furniture or a thin mat on the cat’s favourite scratching spot. Another option is to infuse the area with a feline pheromone spray to fool the cat that the territory has been marked by another cat. All these methods act as a deterrent to discourage your cat from scratching the floor at night.
British Shorthair cats have no special nutritional needs; however, they are prone to obesity as they age. It’s important to provide a high-quality diet that is relatively low in carbohydrates and high in protein.
Even though the breed is characterized by its short coat, they have a tendency to shed. Brushing your cat two to three times per week will help prevent fur from accumulating on your sofa, plus it will reduce the likelihood of hairballs.
British Shorthair cats have a playful streak, particularly during their youth. As these kitties get older, you might need to encourage play with interactive toys such as feathered wands and laser pointers. Battery-operated toys can encourage more activity, too.
The British Shorthair is a robust cat that generally enjoys excellent health. There are two known genetic disorders that can affect British Shorthair cats. Fortunately, breeders can screen for both and greatly reduce the likelihood of producing kittens with these disorders.
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