Create cozy, warm spaces for pets to retreat to during colder months, such as cozy pet beds or heated pads.
Pets can benefit from extra warmth during winter, especially short-haired breeds, by investing in pet sweaters or jackets that fit well and don't restrict movement.
Limit pets' outdoor activities during extreme cold weather to prevent frostbite or hypothermia, and ensure they are supervised and short-lived.
Invest in pet-friendly ice melts, use pet boots for walks, and wipe paws after outdoor excursions to prevent irritation and harm to pet paws.
Regular veterinary check-ups are crucial for your cat's health, allowing you to catch potential issues early and provide grooming tips based on your cat's breed, age, and health status.