Do cats like to go outside?
Mine is always trying to escape! So I think so!
Cats can go into heat, up to 3 and 4 times a year .Depending if they're domesticated or not. (meaning wild cats or tame) Cats that are domesticated and just go outside for the fun of it, tend to go into heat less often than other cats, it's like the wild nature of a cat to produce more litters a year.
Your cat is really weird when you go outside to get her she runs away from you like a mad cat and she climbes up the tree and cimbes down again why does she do this?
Cats should be allowed to go outside. It provides exercise, makes them happier and of course removes the need for a litter tray. Another Answer No, a house cat does not "need" to go outside, but of course this depends on the cat's personality, and what the outside environment is like. It is not recommended to allow a cat to go outside if there are busy roads nearby, or the neighborhood is known to be…
You are not supposed to train it to go outside. You have to let it go in the litter box. Cats are not dogs. They cannot be trained to let you know when they need to go outside, to do their business then come back inside straight afterwards. A cat will only use outside if they are allowed to roam outside for long periods of time. However, it is always advisable to keep at least…
There are no specific breeds of cat that are typically "outdoor" cats - it really depends on each individual cat's personality. Some cats prefer to stay indoors all their lives, while others like to go outside when they want to. Being outside allows independence and freedom. But, being an outdoor cat can be dangerous if you live in a urban area. Any cat can be an outdoor cat (if it so wishes - never try…
to keep a cat outside they have to be a certain kind of cat. some cats are meant to stay indoors some are meant for the outdoors and some can go both. i have four Devon Rex cats their names are Angel Kelly Nelly and Oscar and they are cats that aren't supposed to shed much and they are supposed to stay inside.
I live in Arizona and my cats always roll in the rocks when they go outside. But why do they do this when there is grass right next to it?
Cats usually live from 12-15 years, and it also depends on whether they are outside-living cats or inside cats. Outside cats generally live shorter than inside cats because they are more vulnerable to diseases, fights, and the like. If you take good care of the cat, he/she may live to be 20 or more. :)