It could be an extreme delightful experience for your child to play with a furry friend. Most cats appreciate more than one person giving them right and proper attention and care. Children and cats can live and play together peacefully in the basis of providing each other’s needs and desires.
Never leave your children alone with a cat as children may hurt or frighten a cat rambunctious and accidentally. If a cat is frightened, she is much likely to bite or scratch. You should always supervise whenever you cat and children play together.
All children should be taught some basics knowledge about handling cat.
Keep in mind to pick a cat up with both of your hands: one hand supporting its chest and the other supporting its hind legs.
If a cat struggles or tries to get away from you, let it go with freedom.
If a cat’s ears are flat and its tail lashing, he may be unhappy and should be kept alone.
Most cats do not like someone touching their tummy. Any touch on the tummy may frighten her and she might bite.
Always use proper toys in your playtime with a cat. You can’t tease or tempt the cat to catch your hands or fingers.
Leave the cat alone when he is sleeping, eating or using the litter box.
Many parents choose to bring up pet to teach their children about what is compassion and responsibility. But I think this is actually not a good idea for younger children. If a child is not good at doing housework chores associated with the cat, it’s only the cat that will suffer with the improper activities conducted by children. Ensure that you are committed to the best cat care if you want to get a cat in your family.