When you think of the end-of-the-world, it’s usually a scary scenario: a big, nasty storm, nuclear weapons exploding, people running around the streets screaming for help.
But there’s another, more mundane end-times scenario: your cat’s going to die.
Now, that’s not to say you don’t have to think about the future when the cat is gone.
But the best thing to do is keep the cat.
“Cat mortality is a very low number, maybe zero,” says Katherine Hickey, the director of research at the International Cat Research Institute in Singapore.
And it’s not a serious problem.
The cat is a cute, fluffy, and loyal pet.
Its fur can be very soft and fluffy, but it doesn’t need to be, because it’s alive.
And, thanks to science, we know a lot about cats and how to keep them healthy.
We know that cats are able to heal their wounds, and that they are a good source of vitamins and minerals.
So what are the benefits of keeping a cat?
Here are five things you should know about keeping a friendly and loving cat.
Cat Health and Well-Being Cats are known to have good health.
They have very high levels of Vitamin A and B3, which can help prevent some forms of cancer.
They also have very low levels of cholesterol, a marker of heart disease.
They are also great at shedding cat dander and shedding unwanted body odors.
In fact, cat owners have found that they can use the dander from their cats as an effective way to reduce their cats’ risk of skin cancer, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Cats can also have a strong immune system, which helps them fend off infections.
Cats also have an excellent digestive system, making them good candidates for the treatment of allergies.
The American Veterinary Medical Association recommends that veterinarians get at least one cat vaccinated against flea and tick-borne diseases every six months.
And when it comes to their health, cats can do a lot of things right.
They eat a lot, which means they’re less likely to have a lot in their stomachs and less likely than humans to get stomach cancer, diabetes, and high blood pressure.
They exercise regularly, which has been shown to reduce the risk of heart problems, stroke, and other conditions that can cause heart attacks and other problems.
Cats have an impressive immune system that protects them from all sorts of diseases, including HIV, cancer, and tuberculosis.
This means they can get better access to antibiotics, which are needed to fight off the viruses that cause these diseases.
And they’re smart.
Cats are good at learning new tricks and tricks are good for learning new things.
So it makes sense to keep your cat.
So how do you keep a cat in good health?
Cat owners should use a combination of physical exercise and mental exercise to help keep your cats healthy.
“It’s like a combination therapy,” says Dr. Peter Bowers, the founder of the Institute for Applied Social Research at Emory University.
Physical exercise, like walking or riding a bike, helps cats stay active and get fit.
This can include things like brushing their teeth, brushing their paws, or cleaning their cages.
Mental exercise, such as using a computer or video game, can also help your cat stay healthy.
Bowers suggests that cat owners start by taking them for a walk around their neighborhood.
Then, you can go to the park or your favorite outdoor event, like a soccer game, and play a game of fetch or tag.
Then go for a run.
If you have cats that aren’t that interested in being active, you may need to find a different cat-loving activity.
“If you want your cat to have fun, you should put him in a safe environment,” says Bowers.
That means putting him in an enclosed area, like in a garage, with a pet carrier or a small crate.
“You can leave your cat alone in your garage, and he can be left alone in the backyard, but he’s not going to have the opportunity to roam the neighborhood,” he says.
To keep your pets healthy, the first thing you should do is treat them right.
“We recommend giving your cat a daily bath and a good nutrition,” says Hickey.
“Then you can get to the bottom of how much they’re eating, so you can check their urine or their stool for signs of illness.”
That can also be done by keeping your cat in a separate room from other cats.
And remember, the key to keeping your pet healthy is keeping them happy.
“Make sure that they’re doing well and having good relationships with other cats,” says Lillian.
That’s especially important when you can’t get a good home for your cat, so keeping them active is key.
And if you can, you might want to take a few catnaps and see how your cat reacts to them.