House cats- How much do you know?

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House cats (or felis sylvestris catus) make great pets- and they are not hard to take care of. But they are complex and interesting animals, and there is always more to be known about them. In this test I attempt to delve deeper, beyond the rudimentary knowledge of care and feeding, and I hope this will be instructive as well as fun. Enjoy!

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    1. Should your cats claws be clipped?
    Yes perhaps, if it is solely an indoor cat
    All house cat's claws should be clipped
    No. Cat’s claws should never be removed, in any circumstances.
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    2. Should your cat be allowed to leave your property?
    Yes, as long as the area it spends time in is safe (i.e. no fast roads, construction etc.)
    Yes, always.
    No, never.
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    3. Is it better to keep a cat indoors?
    Yes, usually.
    It depends on the location. If the area is rural it is fine to let the cat out, but not in highly urban areas.
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    4. If you do plan to let your cat out, when should you do it in relation to its arrival?
    After at least three months.
    In its first month in your home
    After a few days
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    5. Should a cat be allowed to stay out at night?
    Yes, if it’s a safe area.
    Of course! Always.
    No never. The dark is not safe.
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    6. Are large amounts of wet-food good for your cat?
    Yes, fine.
    No, only small quantities.
    Better not to bother with it.
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    7. Is catnip safe for cats?
    Yes its fine.
    Yes, in small quantities.
    No it’s bad for them.
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    8. Is it advisable to keep 2+ cats?
    No! They’d rip each other to shreds.
    It depends on the cats themselves.
    Of course. They would work out any problems.
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    9. Is it okay to leave them in one room for a period of time?
    Fine. It wouldn’t die.
    Yes, if it’s a big one.
    No never!
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    10. Is biting and clawing a bad sign?
    If it does then just avoid it then. It'll get over it.
    No, if it’s just in play.
    Yes. Never keep a cat which does.

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