Brush cats more often in fall to remove shedding fur. Trim claws and brush teeth regularly too.
Schedule a vet visit in autumn to check your cat's health before winter and update vaccinations.
Feed cats a nutrient-rich diet in autumn and avoid overfeeding. Cats burn extra calories staying warm.
Ensure your home is cat-safe in fall by locking up toxins, securing screens, and keeping cats away from holiday decorations.
Gradually transition cats to a new routine as days get shorter in autumn, adjusting feeding times and activity.
Provide extra soft, warm cat beds and blankets as the weather cools in the fall.
Make sure cats get adequate indoor play and exercise in autumn as outdoor time decreases.