How to Make an Outdoor Cat an Indoor Cat! Turning Your Cat from and Outdoor Cat to an Indoor Cat!

How to Make an Outdoor Cat and Indoor Cat! Turning Your Cat from and Outdoor Cat to an Indoor Cat! – Have your recently moved into an apartment with your cat? Live near a main road? Just want a safer environment for your cat? Then you may be considering turning your outdoor cat into an indoor cat! But where do you even start? Savannah and Mia are back with a useful blog telling your all about how to turn your outdoor or feral cat into an indoor cat!

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Being re-homed is an incredibly stressful time for cats – as they have to get used to a lot of different sights and sounds, as well as their new family and any other pets in the household. We recommend that you play Relax My Cat during this time, and it will help reduce their heart rate and relax them while they explore their new surroundings. No more whining kittens – they will get used to your home in no time at all with the help of Relax My Cat’s music!

You may be litter training, which can be a stressful time for both dog and parent, and our music will soothe your kitten making your life easier. When listening to Relax My Cat you will notice your kitten start to relax, and get more used to their tray, or similarly if you are training them to get used to their travel box.

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13 Responses

  1. Mari Moore
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    My cat is a outdoor cat and she always goes Outdoors when I wanted to stay in so thank you for that now she stays in every single time the door opens so I really really really appreciate this I just appreciate it I love it I appreciated and I loved it make more please make more this so awesome I really really really love them my name is not what you think my name is Skylar🍪🍪🍪🍪🍪🍪🍪🍪🍪🍪🎂🎂🎂🍪🎂🎂🍪🍪🎂🍪🎂🍪🎂🍩🍪🎂🎂🍩🍩🍪🍪🎂🍩🎂🎂🍩🍪🍪🎂🍩🍪🍪🎂🍩🍪🍪🎂🍩🍪🍪🎂🍰🍫🍫🍩🍩🎂🎂🍰🍫🍩🍪🎂🍰🍫

  2. Mari Moore
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    Hi it m works

  3. Jessica Lee
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    That's so not true what she is saying she said " when you first move a stray cat inside your home they won't eat" FALSE! cats are soooo greedy. I've had two stray baby kittens in my home and they ate food I've gave them. Everytime I went in the kitchen they wanted to eat.

  4. Sam Bubbles
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    My cat got bitten by a dog and we got him back to beeing healthy enough to go outside again, but hes gotten jumpy even inside, where he knows theres only me and hes got a bald patch thats getting bigger and a wound on his neck wich we will get checked by a vet tomorrow. I'm so scared of letting him outside again but when he was a youngster we could't tire him out no matter what so i'm scared i won't be able to have him happy inside. I hope that slowly reducing his outdoor time will make it easier. Has anyone more tipps on how to get them used to being an indoor cat?

  5. Miraculously Rae
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    I have a question. My kitty Garfield isn’t very affectionate. He seems bother by my petting, and I try not to make him uncomfortable. He meows to be let outside. We also have another kitty whose an introverted indoor cat, and she doesn’t like to be bothered by him. I also have a dog, but she isn’t really the problem because they get along, and they often play tag together. Though Garfield doesn’t really like it when me and my family members pet him, and he rather be petted after a nice day outside. But here where I live, it gets very windy and cold in the winter, and i don’t want him to be outside in the cold, and he often gets very angry and he keeps everyone up at night. Is there a way to get him to stop doing that? He also constantly tries to escape because we have other cats living outside. But I don’t want him outside to bring fleas or ticks getting my dog and my indoor kitty sick. Help please?

  6. Laura C
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    Any tip on teaching an outdoor cat who never used a litter to actually use it? We have a new cat, she loves being inside, but she is not using the litter, she is still going outside just for this. I tried to make her use it, but she has no idea what she should be doing, she actually just sits and looks at me like I'm some kind of freak 😂

  7. Icey Frost
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    I never knew u can make a cat from outdoor to indoor!

  8. TERRY. W
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    Never had to deal with this….so I find your tips very interesting..

  9. Halle Antoine
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    Hi! Our family has an outdoor cat and we potty trained her to use the litter box and that was good for a while but for the past three months she has been peeing and pooping on our beds and couches and we love our cat dearly and tried attempts to prevent her from making accidents on our areas but she does not stop. What do you recommend?

  10. Amy Pinkley
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    Hello… fourth commenter.

  11. Lovely Scent
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    3rd comment!

  12. Daddy Shantov
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    Great video! Please pin my comment cuz I want to see if you will!

  13. C2Kate
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    Second!!! Thanks so much for this bideo

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