Indoor Cat Enclosure
The biggest advantage by far to having an indoor cat enclosure is that your enclosure is that although some cats are very picky when it comes to and what they will or will not eat and some cats will only accept certain determined foods. Other cats will eat anything that is put in front of them, with some cats even being willing to eat and apparently even liking literally anything (glue, wool etc)! Although it's believed that cats are definitely able to distinguish between different tastes such as salty, bitter, and sweet, from what has been observed in not only clinical studies but by cat owners around the globe, they do not appear to have a lot of taste buds, or at least don't seem to bothered with the taste of many items.is ensured a longer life than if you cat is just running amok throughout your while you are absent. Cats love to scratch and it is an inbuilt genetically defined action. Trying to stop a cat from scratching is like trying to stop a baby from crying. They absolutely must do it. Not only is it part of their nature but also feline claws are constantly growing and if the cat isn't able to keep them trim and sharp then they will not only become useless but also can put your cat at a dangerous disadvantage. Another really good reason to put your cats in an indoor cat
Once you return home you can always let your cats out of their enclosure and give them time to explore and enjoy your home and you can be sure to keep an eye on them so as to stop any destructive or dangerous behavior before it goes too far.