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Outdoor: Many people feel that an outdoor cat is happier. They can roam freely, chase birds and butterflies, climb trees, ect. They also like the fact that the cat will be going to the bathroom outside and they won't have so much cat box cleaning to do. They feel that outside is a natural place for a cat to be.

Indoor: Many people feel that an indoor cat is healthier and protected from all the dangers of being outside. They feel allowing your pet to beOUTSIDE IS A NO-NO! Outside your kittie is in danger of picking up ticks, fleas, ear m ites , mange, parasites, viruses, bacteria, Fel ine Lukiemia , and ringworm from the ground. The cat may bring home dead animals carrying disease- birds with mites/viruses- mice with bacteria. Your kittie is also in danger from other animals, (cats, dogs, and wild animals that like to eat cats for dinner), people, and cars. Kids can do very cruel things to cats. Neighbors who don't like your cat urinating in their yard may poison your cat. The cat may be picked up and taken to a shelter. In October there are groups who look for cat sacrifices. They can get lost (man y become part of the ferral population of cats) or stolen by someone who wants a free Kittie for themselves or someone may want them for a research laboratory . In winter an a cat can become literally frozen to the ground it lays on. They may even climb up under the hood of a warm car that has been turned off and die when the owner unknowingly starts the car again. Outside cats will not live with you as long as an cat that lives indoors.

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