How to Ventilate a Cat Cage

Keeping a cat’s cage properly ventilated is important to their health and overall wellbeing.

But simply exchanging the air in the room where cages sit does not provide fresh, uncontaminated air to the cages themselves.

The key is exchanging air through cat cages instead of around them.

Vicki Pollard of Animal Arts, has written an article for Shorline’s blog about the importance of proper cat cage ventilation and how it can be achieved.

Read Vicki’s full article at Shorline Community.

 

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Our Art is the process of designing spaces for the care and shelter of animals by understanding our clients’ needs, goals and aspirations.
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