4 Reasons Why Life With Cats is Better

Cats are great, great, great, and simply the best – but let’s get more specific: Here you will find four unbeatable reasons why you should definitely let a velvet paw into your life.

It is well known that cats have many positive characteristics. For example, they are curious, intelligent, fluffy, and above all very entertaining. These and other characteristics are the basis of the following arguments for living with a cat.

Cat as an Experience: Farewell to Boredom

It plays, rages, stumbles, falls, discovers, and always provides new surprises. If you have a cat at home, you can usually watch it being a cat forever. What could be more exciting than watching the velvet paw marauding through the apartment? It never gets boring with a kitty at home.

Cat as Stress Therapy: Purring is Good for the Soul

It’s true that cats only cuddle when they feel like it – but once you’ve experienced a real cuddle session, you can never get enough of it again. Nothing is more relaxing than coming home from work exhausted in the evening and sitting on the sofa with a comfortably purring fluffy nose. Stress? He’ll be purred away. When house tigers show their love for someone, they do it right.

Cat as a Life Partner: Real Home

They say: You don’t keep cats, you live with them. And that’s true. Our furry darlings are hardly predictable and always surprise you with something new. If they are moody, life with them is not always easy, if they are in a good mood, it is heaven. And it is precisely this variety that makes for a very special coexistence.

Cat as “Decoration”: For the Soul in the Home

Calling a cat a “decoration” is certainly unfair. But without a doubt, the aesthetic and pretty animals enhance any space they occupy. It doesn’t matter whether it’s a wall shelf, a sofa armrest, a window sill, or a computer keyboard – a cat not only makes every room more beautiful, but it also gives it a soul. In this way, the velvet paws ensure a very special coziness on your own four walls.

Mary Allen

Written by Mary Allen

Hello, I'm Mary! I've cared for many pet species including dogs, cats, guinea pigs, fish, and bearded dragons. I also have ten pets of my own currently. I've written many topics in this space including how-tos, informational articles, care guides, breed guides, and more.

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