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Among cats, the Russian Blues breed has a stunning appearance. Their eyes are an entrancing green, and grey-blue coat covers their body. These cats are frequently linked to Russian royalty. This breed expanded all over Europe and then North America during the 19th and 20th centuries. These cats are timid and shy. They are incredibly loyal too. Russian Blue cats are sociable among new family members and friends after they get to know them. Do not adopt this breed if you cannot provide food, socialization, and grooming regularly.
feed your Russian Blue kitty twice every day. The cat loves to eat
and will try to trick you into overfeeding it. You must not allow
this to happen to avoid obesity and other health problems. Follow a
scheduled feeding pattern as it will assist you to monitor the cat's
food intake. You can easily know if the cat suddenly begins to eat
less, a sure sign of an underlying health problem. Carefully go
through the food package instructions to find the amount of food you
should provide to your kitty. Try to give your Russian Blue premium
grain-free cat food. Do not offer treats as this breed of cats is
susceptible to weight gain.
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water to your Russian Blue cat. The liquid is a vital component of
the diet of the cat, and a few felines do not enjoy sufficient
quantities of water due to the animal's low thirst drive. The cat
must get water whenever it wants all through the day and night. An
insufficient supply of drinking water may lead to the development of
urinary tract and kidney problems. You can bar such a scenario from
happening by supplementing the cat's diet with premium canned food.
Mix it with water before presenting the same to the cat. You can buy
a pet fountain to make water more attractive to the cat. Felines like
to drink running water compared to still water. You could also place
a number of water bowls all over the house. Do not forget to change
the water every day.
important that you change your cat's litter box every day. Russian
Blue cats are known to be nit-picky, and some may even decline to
enter their litter box if the latter is not clean. It is your
responsibility to scoop out the feces every day and change the box a
minimum of two times every week. Russian Blues are incredibly
particular when it comes to hygiene and be prepared to clean the
litter box more than twice every week. One bonus of cleaning the
litter box frequently is the reduction of odors.