We finally made it out of 2020!
The previous year was a tough one, and it taught us several valuable lessons. One of the biggest lessons that I learned in 2020 was to never take anything for granted. Within a matter of weeks, things changed and all societal institutions with it. It has been amazing to see how resilient human beings are and how well we adapt to change as a society.
Let's hope that 2021 treats us better and is a good year for all of us and our furry friends.
I wanted to keep this blog post light-hearted and share some kitty New Year's Resolutions that you can get inspired by.
Let's get started.
Here are some things that I wish to do for my cat for the next year. You can join in, too, if you'd like.
I have heard so many bad things about packaged pet food that I'd like to include some fresh and homemade food to my cat's diet. A recently read a study that stated commercial pet food has been linked to certain cancers in cats.
I don't want to take a chance with my cat's health!
My vet suggested including some boiled chicken, eggs, and fresh veggies to my cat's diet along with Vitamins and oils. So, I'll try to give my cat at least three fresh meals a week.
During the quarantine, I spent a lot of time playing with my cat, and, to. my surprise, she actually liked that a lot! I haven't been able to play with my cat as often as I'd like due to my schedule, but I would like to change things and dedicate some more time to my cat.
Especially when this work from home thing is over.
In the hustle and bustle of daily life, I used to neglect playing with my cat as I would come home tired. I need to switch things up now!
I'd like to have more cuddle sessions with the kitty and spend more time with her lounging around the house.
One of my resolutions is to have my cat around me as much as possible so that she feels loved and secure. She enjoyed the quarantine since I was home all the time. I'd like to continue that.
My cat is amazing with the leash and likes to go out on walks. I don't take her out as often as she'd like and that's something I want to change. I feel that taking her out on a walk once a week will improve her quality of life and satisfaction.
I've realised that my cat indulges in some destructive behaviours when she's bored. I've decided to get some toys that can keep her mentally stimulated and engaged for a long time.
I'm thinking of getting some puzzle toys to improve my cat's IQ as well. Let's see if that works!
What are your New Year's Resolutions?
I have a few resolutions for every part of my life--including my pets and I decided to compile them and share them with you for this blog post. I hope this helped you and entertained you.
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