If you decide that your pet will live inside, you have far less work to do and, with proper planning, virtually no additions to the pet budget; however, there are a few things that you need to consider. Inside pets need personal space. They need a quiet place to eat and sleep and firm boundaries set so they know where they are allowed to go when they are not eating or sleeping. Provide your cat or dog with an area all his own where he can retreat from household activity at will.
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A corner of the laundry room or a bathroom may be a good choice for your pet. The private space should provide comfortable bedding, food and water, plus a litter pan for our feline friends.
Pic of the Day: I think my husband broke the dog.