Most kittens can easily be trained to stay indoors, or go outside only with supervision, just by making sure they have enough stimulation. Cats that are used to going outdoors are trickier, but they too can be retrained. Here are some ideas about how to enrich your cat’s life so it’s content without free-roam, a resource to help you make the transition and a resource about safe outdoor options.
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