American Veterinary Hospital

2109 Tapo Street #3
Simi Valley, CA 93063

(805) 581-9111

Hours

Monday: 8:30am-5:00pm
Tuesday: 8:30am-6:00pm
Wednesday: 8:30am-3:00pm
Thursday: 8:30am-6:00pm
Friday: 8:30am-6:00pm
Saturday: 8:30am-4:00pm

Adopt a Cat in Simi Valley

The month of June has long been known as National Adopt a Cat Month, but did you know that there is a special reason for it being this specific time of the year? June happens to be the month when the most kittens are born every year. Many of them will end up at local animal shelters as they wait to be adopted.

Cat Shelters Located Near Simi Valley

Ventura County Animal Services
Animal Rescue Volunteers

Why Adopt?

If you have been considering adding a new pet to your family or getting your very first pet, this is the perfect time to contemplate a cat. While any animal can make the perfect pet, cats are sometimes a little easier than dogs. After all, cats do not necessarily need to be let outside to go to the bathroom or go on long walks as with dogs. Instead, they need a clean litter box and an owner who will stimulate them throughout the day.

There is no one size fits all personality for cats. You will want to find one that has a similar personality to yours and your family. Some cats are more laid back and mellow, while others are quite active at all hours of the day and night. The best way to see what type of personality a cat has is to spend time with them at a local shelter.

Cats Need Companions

Adopting one cat is an amazing thing, but did you know that you may want to consider adopting two cats? Since cats need lots of stimulation, exercise, and interaction, the easiest way to provide it is with another cat. Of course, not all cats play well with other cats, just like not all cats do well with dogs. However, if you choose a cat or two that does well with other animals, you will find that they will entertain themselves on occasion.

Life With Your Cat

That doesn’t mean that you won’t need to play and spend time with your cat every day though. You will still need to pet and interact with your cat as much as possible. Purchasing a few cat toys will give you and your cat a way to play together, and your cat may even use these toys when you are not around.

After you adopt a cat, you will likely find yourself relaxing after a long day at work to the sound of their purring. You will spend a few minutes sitting on your couch, as you pet your cat and allow them to help you melt away all the stress from your day. There is nothing better than a cat welcoming you every time you arrive home and you will wonder why you waited so long before adopting one.

To ensure that your new cat receives a healthy start in life, be sure to book an appointment with American Veterinary Hospital in Simi Valley, California.

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