Respect Your Cat Day
Respect Your Cat Day is observed next on Tuesday, March 28th, 2023 (47 days from today).
Do you know Respect Your Cat Day? This is the day to celebrate you and your pet cat! Your feline friend was there when you were happy - your feline friend was there when you were sad. Your cat was will always be there with you. Therefore, on March 28 of each year, acknowledge all the efforts your cat has put in to being your faithful companion.
Origin of Respect Your Cat Day
As a dedicated cat owner, you've most likely taken this advice to heart and placed great value on the relationship you've developed with your feline friend. In fact, on March 28, you can honor that appreciation even more by noting “Respect Your Cats Day.”
This cat day is believed to date back to March 28, 1384, when King Richard II of England officially banned the consumption of cats through the issuance of an official decree. Today, humane societies, veterinary clinics, and other animal organizations encourage loving cat owners to appreciate the care they have provided for their pets and seek to show respect for a little more important to their feline friends.
Reasons for Respect Your Cat Day being loved
Cats are very intuitive
Cats are empathetic pets that can sense the emotions of their owners. They can sense when you're upset and show their love in many unique ways: following you around the house, cuddling or cuddling more than usual.
Cats are great with children
Despite some rumors, most cats are great with children. Let wear them dress, bring them to go out, and play with them. Cats and babies are an especially great combination, as both love to nap. What better furry nap companion could there be than a warm kitten?
Cats are so funny
Cats pretend that they are very poise and tall, but they are just as dumb as dogs. We think it's hilarious, especially when they make a mistake and pretend like nothing happened. Your cat is totally meant to fall off that chair! Cats are quirky and funny, you can count on them to always add a little humor to your day.
Some ways to show respect to your cat
- Feed him a high-quality diet. Look for a formula specifically made for cats. Respect Your Cat Day manufacturers will give a lot of high-quality options to request your veterinarian what food is best for your cat and whether your cat should eat a diet that helps manage a pre-existing condition.
- Make sure your cat has water available. Remember that some cats like to drink from a bowl, while others prefer a tall cup. Some cats even enjoy drinking running water, such as water from a specially designed fountain.
- Take time to play with your cat. Ah, the lazy life of a cat. Napping, eating, sunbathing and most likely not exercising enough to stay fit and lose weight. Help your cat stay in top shape by engaging him in fun games. Toys will help him more active and improve your good relationship.
- Keep cats indoors. While your cat may show a keen interest in all that awaits them outside, limit their outdoor excursions to short visits where you can monitor. Your cat may encounter many things that can harm him outside, including car traffic, wildlife, and other cats (which can be aggressive or sick).
- Schedule regular veterinary checkups. By taking your cat to the vet for an annual checkup, you'll help ensure that any potential illnesses are caught early and that you can make small adjustments to your pet's care to keep them in the best possible condition. If your cat shows signs of illness or changes in behavior, don't wait until your next yearly checkup. Get him to the vet ASAP.
- Keep the box clean and easy to get. No one likes a dirty bathroom, not even your cat. A general rule of thumb is to provide one box for each cat in your household, along with another box. Keep the boxes in quiet and easily accessible locations and scoop them up at least twice a day.
- Bond through a grooming session. Regular brushing help prevent your cat's coat from shedding. Most cats also love brushing on their skin. By brushing or combing your cat regularly, you also learn to recognize any differences in how their skin or coat feels, which can help you spot any bumps, bruises, or bumps before they become serious.
- Cut his claws. As part of your grooming session, take time to trim your cat's nails. Ask your local vet or groomer to show you the method the first time. Later, give a gentle trim for him/her.
- Provide suitable places to scratch. Even with regular help from you in maintaining claws, cats still need to be satisfied with their scratching needs. To save furniture and household items, be sure to place scratch-prone surfaces around the house where cats can scratch.
- Meet a cat trainer: A cat trainer can review your home and offer training suggestions and tips! Trainers can also ensure that you have optimal placement of litter boxes, cat plants, and enrichment activities.
- Evaluate your home from the cat's point of view. Make sure he can't reach something that could harm him, such as household cleaners, medicines, or pest control products. Fasten all window screens securely so your pet can't push them out while enjoying the view from the window. Keep all your crafts, especially thread, thread, needles, and small items that can be swallowed out of his reach.
- Give him the most suitable position in the house. Respect his need to observe his surroundings, whether from a window seat or a cat tree near the family fireplace without placing him in the center of it. Your cat wants to see all the activity but doesn't necessarily participate in it.
How to celebrate Respect Your Cat Day
Spend quality time with your cats
Schedule time with the kittens. Go ahead, really put it on your calendar. Our lives get hectic, but it's definitely worth taking some time to give your kitten some TLC. How else can you develop a strong relationship with your best friend?
Buy your cat a new cat toy
Sometimes showing your love is as easy as renewing that catnip or getting a new rake to replace an old one. You know she'll love it when you wave that ribbon around.
Find some different ways to make your cat happy
You know that kittens love to scratch behind their ears, but did you know she also loves to play taboo with you behind the curtain? Find fun new games or places your cat loves to cuddle today, even if it takes a little experimentation. It's all about letting cats know they're loved.
ObservedRespect Your Cat Day has been observed annually on March 28th.
Sunday, March 28th, 2021
Monday, March 28th, 2022
Tuesday, March 28th, 2023
Thursday, March 28th, 2024
Friday, March 28th, 2025