As the world’s leading cat-lovers, we’ve all experienced a cat-induced sense of helplessness, from the time a cat sneaks into our house to the moment we wake up.
Luckily, there are some tips to help you keep your cat safe.
Here are 10 things you need to know about cat crime.1.
Cat owners should be on the lookout for the signs that your cat is a danger.
If you notice a cat is running around the house, don’t freak out.
Just walk away and call the police.
The cats in your house are likely to be hiding.
Cat lovers also have a duty to be on their guard when visiting unfamiliar cats.2.
If a cat starts behaving oddly, call the authorities.
Your cat may be dangerous, but if it’s behaving strangely, it’s likely a cat owner.
This is especially true if your cat has recently gotten a new home.
If the cat looks like it’s going to be aggressive, it may be a sign of a cat bite.3.
Cat-related crime is on the rise in the US.
In 2017, more than 500 cats were killed.
In 2016, nearly 600 cats were attacked, and more than 200 were killed in cat bites.
This year, there has been a sharp increase in cat-based crimes.
According to data compiled by the Animal Legal Defense Fund (ALDF), the number of reported cat bites has increased by over 50% since last year.4.
If your cat isn’t behaving like the rest of us, get your cat vaccinated.
If cats don’t get vaccinated, they can be very dangerous.
Cats can transmit viruses that can cause death and paralysis.5.
If someone steals your cat, it is best to chase them away, even if they are already on the street.
Don’t just stand there waiting for them to leave.
Keep your eyes on them and try to get them back.
If your cat does escape from your house, it will be a bad sign, and you will have a hard time telling whether or not your cat was the one who did it.
You’ll want to call the local police department.6.
If it’s a bad day, get out of the house as fast as possible.
This will save you a lot of stress and stress-induced panic.7.
It’s not just your cat that you should be watching out for.
Cats are also dangerous people.
Take your cat to a local shelter and shelter volunteers should be able to help.
The shelter is not responsible for your cat’s safety, and the shelter is responsible for keeping your cat in a safe and sanitary environment.8.
If any of your cat neighbors have stolen your cat or you’ve seen your cat acting strange, call a shelter immediately.
If possible, call police so they can respond to the situation.9.
Keep cats away from children.
Children are the most likely to attack a cat if it comes close to them.
If they see a cat, they may get frightened and run away.
If an animal is chasing you and you can’t get away, it could be dangerous.10.
You should also call your vet or local shelter if your pet is injured or sick.
This could be life-threatening.