Will my cat be happy inside?
The hazards of the outdoors? Abusive people, automobiles, rival cats, dogs, coyotes, raccoons, poisonous plants, infectious diseases and fleas to name a few, are compelling reasons to keep cats exclusively indoors. Indoor cats are unquestionably safer and healthier than outdoor cats. They don’t endanger birds and other wildlife or bring home fleas or dead animals, nor do they need frequent visits to the veterinarian to treat injuries sustained with rival cats. An outdoor cat’s average life expectancy is 1–4 years. An indoor cat’s life expectancy is 16 to 20. We adopt to indoor homes only! No exceptions!