How to feed a Pomella cat?


Born in England in 1981, the Pomella cat was successfully exhibited at the exhibition two years later. After the exhibition, the Pomella cat immediately attracted widespread attention. In fact, the birth of the Pomella cat was born out of a beautiful combination - a lilac Burmese cat and a silver Chinchilla longhair cat "born out of wedlock", and the child born is the original Pomella cat.
The original Pommier cat was bred by the British Baroness Miranda von Ketchberg. In order to make the Pommier cat better quality, Charles and Terretz Clarke Put another nice stripe on. This cat was combined with the original Pomella and eventually evolved into the current Pomella. The ancestors of Pommera cats are Jinjira cats and Burmese cats, so they have the advantages of both cats. For example, they have both the beauty of Jinjila cats and the friendliness of Burmese cats, so many people will fall in love with them after they have been in contact with Pomilla cats for a period of time.
Character characteristics of Pommella cats
You may not even know what kind of cats they are even though Pomella cats are standing in front of you, but their graceful temperament and friendly personality will definitely not offend you. They show a high degree of independence when the breeder is away, but once the breeder is present, they may be doting on the breeder like a kitten, a personality that doesn't change even as an adult.
Pommers are sociable. For example, they know how to play with their breeders. When breeders are happy, they will ask for more petting or treats. When the breeder is depressed because of anger, they will let the breeder be quiet in his space for a while, and then come back to accompany the breeder after a while. If the breeder has enough time, it is best to accompany the Pomella cat to interact with it every day. If breeders are busy, prepare toys for them in advance.
Pommera's superb communication skills are also reflected in getting along with children and other animals. Many cats don't get along well with children or other animals, but Pommiers do a great job at this, so if you have children or other animals in your home, breeders don't have to worry about them actively harming children or endlessly mingling with other animals. fight.
Pommier cats are also lively cats, they don't stay in one place as quietly as Persian cats, they like the breeder to play with them, if they are at home alone, they will find fun on their own, in short, they will not let themselves Idle for too long.
Breeding knowledge of Pomela cats
Pomella cats are easy-going, lively, alert, and intelligent, so training Pomella cats is not particularly difficult as long as you have a certain skill. Before training a Pomella cat, the breeder first needs to be mentally prepared. Training cats cannot be done overnight. Sometimes the cat may not understand your instructions very well, and sometimes the cat may not want to follow your instructions at all. When encountering these difficulties, the breeder needs to be patient and guide, and must not lose his temper with the cat because of impatience, otherwise the cat will become more and more reluctant to accept your training, and gradually develop a feeling. fear of you.
After the breeder has done a good job in psychological construction, he needs to understand the temperament and personality of his cat, and understand their likes and dislikes, in order to train better. Generally speaking, the best time to train cats is before meals. You can use food as a stimulus to get the cat to follow the instructions you give. Even if cats are reluctant, they will give in because they want food. However, training cats with food should not take too long before meals, usually 15 minutes is the upper limit. Too long will cause the cat to lose interest, and it is not good for the cat to train for too long in a hungry state.
In addition to training cats before meals, breeders can also properly insert some training into their usual play. For example, when playing games, you can let them know that some places cannot go, otherwise they will be hit in the nose. Some breeders also use treats to train cats in the process of playing with cats. Under the stimulation of snacks, cats can indeed complete a lot of skill training, but breeders should not have too many snacks, otherwise it will cause cats to become obese and various. In addition to secondary diseases, it is easy to cause cats to increase their appetite, and just giving snacks may not arouse their interest in training in the future.
Pommers may slack off during training or fail to hear the breeder's commands. These are the feedbacks of their true inner thoughts. The breeder does not need to be too forced and can keep it for the next training. And if the cat has learned a skill, the breeder also needs to repeat the consolidation training for the cat, otherwise some cats will forget what they have learned before. In fact, cats also have a lot of potential. Many times, breeders do not develop them well. Therefore, in the daily feeding process, the breeder can continuously tap the potential of the cat and complete more training.
Feeding point for Pomella cats
Pomella cats have no special requirements for food. In foreign countries, many people suggest feeding Pomeranians raw meat, but this suggestion has caused widespread debate. The question is how safe raw meat is for cats. Proponents say that feeding raw meat is more fun for cats, and that feeding raw meat can reduce the probability of dental problems, reduce body odor, prevent cats from eating chemical additives, and make cats stronger. Opponents say raw meat may have a range of adverse effects on cats, with parasitic diseases, diarrhea, and vomiting being the most common.
In most cases, breeders still feed cats cat food, and the nutrients contained in cat food are sufficient for the cat's body, so even if only cat food is fed, breeders will not worry about the cat's nutritional deficiencies . And now there are many flavors of cat food on the market, and there are many choices for breeders, so it has also been favored by many people. However, with the continuous improvement of the status of pets in people's hearts, breeders will also raise cats as family members, so feeding cat food alone is not enough. They also prepare treats for cats. Currently, there are two main types of cat treats. type - Direct-purchased treats and homemade treats.
Don't assume that out-of-the-box treats are tailor-made for cats, and they can be fed recklessly. Feeding too many treats for extended periods of time can cause cats to become very picky eaters. There are also many picky eaters in clinical practice. Cat, it will be very difficult to get the cat to break this habit at that time. For parents of homemade treats, it’s important to know which foods your cat can and cannot feed your cat. Once ingested, cats may experience many unexpected situations. In addition, the addition of seasonings should be extra careful, never use your own taste to measure the cat's taste.
Last but not least, never give cat food off the table under any circumstances. Letting cats eat food on the table has the following main hazards:
1. Bring a burden to the cat's body, and urinary system diseases are the most common;
2. Cats become picky eaters. Once they find that there is food on the table that suits them, they may decisively give up the cat food they have been fed;
3. After some cats have eaten the food on the feeder's table, as soon as they have a chance to enter the kitchen, they will start rummaging through the trash can to find food with the same smell, and some cats will run to the kitchen. Hospitalized for feeding moldy and spoiled food.