After watching this presentation, you may be considering getting a cat. That is good, but listen closely to these instructions. To feed a cat, feed her 3 times a day, and once before you go to bed. Also, leave a plentiful bowl of dry food out for her at all times. If your cat scratches furniture or curtains, there are a couple solutions: get your cat declawed, spray the thing she is scratching with some cat-repellent,(Make sure that the repellent is animal-friendly before spraying some random thing on your furniture.) or get your cat a scratching post. Cats always need these resources: food, water and toys. If your cat does not have a good amount of toys, she will be bored and maybe sneak out of the house and get lost. Some examples of toys include, balls, stuffed mice or other animals, feathery toys on strings, or kitty condos (little towers made out of scratching post material, they usually include caves or toys). Those are just a few examples. You can also use makeshift toys, like balls of yarn or pompoms. If your cat gets lost, go to the vet and/or the police office. If anyone found your cat, they will bring her to the vet. Keep going to the vet and/or police office within 3 days of your cat's disappearance. After that, consider hanging up lost cat signs. One last thing, if you decide to bring in a stray cat, spay or neuter it so it doesn't have kittens. Watch the video below for more information.