Reasons To Keep Your Cat Indoors

The lifespan of an average indoor cat is 15‐20 years while that of an average out‐door cats is 2‐3 years.

You will be liked much better in the neighborhood.

Birds will be more plentiful.

You will not have dead mice brought to the front door.

There is much less chance your cat will be injured by a dog or abusive human.

There is less chance your cat will be poisoned.

It is much less likely your cat will be exposed to Feline Leukemia and Feline AIDS Virus.

Your cat will not get abscesses (infections) from fight wounds.

Chances will be decreased for fleas and internal parasites.

Cats are less likely to be hit by a car when crossing the living room than when crossing a street.