Siberian cats are affectionate, intelligent, strong and agile animals, born hunters for mice and other small rodents. The ideal place for keeping them is a country house, although Siberians also take root in ordinary city apartments. To keep a cat of this breed in excellent physical shape, it is not enough just to feed it correctly, you also need to play often with the Siberian.
Many owners of Siberian cats do not let their pets go for walks for fear of losing them. As a result, Siberians get bored and begin to destroy everything around them: spoil furniture, scratch doors, gnaw on shoes. To prevent such behavior of the Siberian cat, take it for a walk for at least half an hour on a special cat leash, which will not allow the animal to run away from you far. You can buy such a device at any pet store.
Meet the Siberian cat's needs for regular movement. Provide her with the most essential exercise equipment: toys for physical development and fun pastime, as well as special cat gym equipment for jumping and climbing. As a result of daily play and training, your Siberian cat will always be healthy and fun.
Use an empty cardboard box to make the easiest gym equipment for your pet. Your cat will love to hide in the cardboard "house", to climb in and out of it. You can stack several boxes of different sizes on top of each other. Be sure that your Siberian will be delighted with such a "pyramid".
Build a climbing structure for your Siberian cat with wooden planks fastened together. If your pet gets tired of playing with such a device, change the height and shape of the planks, put some cat treat on one of them. Make sure that the structure you assembled is absolutely safe for the Siberian.
Play balls, toy mice, table tennis balls, thread reels with your cat every day. Toys should not have small parts that the Siberian can gnaw off and swallow, and sharp corners that can hurt him.
By constantly observing your pet, you will learn about its many preferences for toys, entertainment and exercise.