Your cat is like a prince or princess and he/she lives in safe happiness within the warm sanctuary of your home. Day-to-day living does not involve tremendous output of calories. She’s bathing in the den instead of swinging on vines through trees.
He looks out the window from the couch by day, relocating to the foot of your bed by night. But exercise is just as important for your cat’s health as it is for yours. Here’s what you can do to get the juices moving, and keep that feline figure trim.
Assuming your cat has a clean bill of health from the veterinarian, a feline exercise program can benefit any cat, regardless of weight condition. Try these cat exercise.
Finding the best treadmill for your budget can be a chore. You must know what your cat is looking for to get the best buy in a treadmill.
Studies have shown that some cats get more out of a treadmill than other fitness equipment because it is natural to walk or run. So your cat is more apt to stick with it for longer each session and keep using the equipment itself.
The treadmill needs to work in your cat’s space. How noisy is it? If you plan to watch TV or listen to music, you need to be able to hear those over the treadmill itself. A model that looks small in the store can turn into an elephant in your spare room. Check its size when folded or stored and test how easy it is to move.
In the last several years, considerable design improvements have contributed to folding models being comparable to the stationary treadmills. Look for stability, ease of folding, weight capacity, and how does your cat feel on it. But even if you buy the best equipment, maybe your cat isn’t the athletic type and the treadmill will be just in a way.
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