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What age do cats stop playing

Play is an important part of a cat's life and will continue as long as they are healthy and well. Play can continue until they are over 6 years of age.

How do I stop my cat playing with hairs on the radiator?

If your cat is rubbing against the radiator it could be that they are bored, or it could be a symptom of something more serious, such as a urinary tract infection. To check this, take your cat to the vet to have a urine test taken and some tests done on the bladder to check for any bacteria. If your cat starts scratching and biting at their paws, it could mean they have fleas. It is important to treat your cat for fleas regularly.

How do I stop my cat from urinating in the house?

If your cat is urinating in the house and you don't want them to do so, you can try the following:

Try giving them a long walk, this will tire them out and take the attention away from the problem.

Try giving them a long walk, this will tire them out and take the attention away from the problem. You can try using a collar that has a shock setting (this will discourage them from doing it)

You can try using a collar that has a shock setting (this will discourage them from doing it) If the problem persists, you can try spraying your cat with a special flea repellent.

If the problem persists, you can try spraying your cat with a special flea repellent. You can try brushing them more often and make sure they are getting enough exercise.

How do I stop my cat from climbing up the curtains and falling out?

You can try giving them a long walk.

You can try giving them a long walk.

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