Do domestic cats like nature walks?

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Just because your cat likes to sniff the halls of your building doesn't necessarily mean she needs an urban walk. Also, cats that often stand by glass doors or windows and look at the outside world are not always prepared for what awaits them there. In fact, you won't know if a leash walk will suit her until you try.

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What you need, if you want to walk your cat on a leash, is definitely patience. Partly because cats are very flexible and agile, so a classic leash is not an option, as it increases the likelihood of escape. Another reason is that the leash can very easily tighten the cat's neck and lead to suffocation. In that case, a belt with a belt is the best option. And of course, the sooner you start getting your cat used to the leash, the more successful you will be in that endeavour.

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Before you put the harness on your cat, let her sniff it and become familiar with it. If the introduction seems to be going well, try putting the seat belt on her and letting her move around the house with it. It takes time to get used to this new job on yourself. After a few days of practice, try hooking the belt, but don't pull it right away. Let him drag him around too. When she realizes that he is not a threat to her, take a walk around the house. If you succeed, you can go outside.

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