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Posted by Collins & Demac Real Estate on 4/4/2019

Selecting a cat to become the newest member of your family can be very exciting. Sometimes, the decision can be easy as falling in love with the cute little sight. However, if you are in search of a specific breed, it may be pretty complicated as you will need to put a lot of time and research into it. Some cats may be appealing to the eyes, but they lack the temperament to be with little children. Others may be too vicious and active which may be a problem if you love having a quiet time in your apartment. Below is a list of the most popular breeds of cat, to help you make you make an easy decision:

Persian cats

Persians are fluffy, regal and very, very beautiful. Short and round with a pretty large head, Persian cats require frequent grooming; so choosing one will be a bad choice if you are not ready to put in enough time and effort to keep them looking beautiful. Persian cats are quiet so if you have loud kids, don't get one.

Siamese cats

If you want a cat with a bucket-load of fun, you should get a Siamese cat. They have a short, sleek hair, unique dark points on their ears, tail, and feet that make it look exotic and charming blue eyes that will melt the toughest of heart. Although they have a loud yowling that sometimes can become annoying, Siamese cats are affectionate, full of energy and they don't get cranky if there is another pet in the home. Also, they require little attention. 

Ragdoll cats 

Big, affectionate, and very fluffy, the Ragdoll loves cuddling. They are very docile, so while they’re very playful with children, they don’t do well if they’re in public. If you have stubborn mice doing a lot of havoc while you are asleep, rest assured it will end up going or dead when a Ragdoll gets into your home, because they are excellent hunters. They require moderate training and are very easy to train. 

Bengal cats

A Bengal cat is a cross between an Asian leopard cat and a domestic cat. They are sleek, playful, well-muscled and very intelligent. Do you want a cat that stands out from the rest? This is the cat for you. However, they require a large amount of grooming and attention. 

Domestic cats

These cats are often called tabby or moggies because of the color ratio of their coats. Domestic cats aren’t a specific breed, but rather an amalgamation of different breeds. With that in mind, their temperament varies, but they make lovely pets and are very cheap.

Cats come in different temperaments, shapes, and sizes. So while the beautiful blue eyes of the Persian may seduce you or you may love the intelligence of a Ragdoll, there are other factors to put into consideration before you choose a pet. The payoff with a cat is it will be a companion you and your family will enjoy for years.

Visit the local shelter or consult with the nearest vet and rescue a furry friend for your family!




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Posted by Collins & Demac Real Estate on 4/24/2014

Staging your home for potential buyers can be quite the hassle. You may start moving your furniture around spontaneously, or become tense when your children or spouse make messes in a room that you just prepped for show. With all of the planning that one can put into making their home shine, one crucial step in home staging is often overlooked: your family pet. For the sake of simplicity, I will outline a few things that you must keep in mind when cleaning up after your pet in a home for sale. Pet presence - For obvious reasons, some pets can't leave the house. Giant enclosures, aquariums, and disabled pets are hard to relocate sometimes, and a lot of people will be understanding of this. But if your dog or cat is healthy, then you'll want to strongly consider relocating your pets temporarily. Many people aren't pet owners, and don't like being around an excitable golden retriever or a yippy chihuahua when they are trying to imagine their family occupying your home. Remember....You are trying to make the potential buyer as relaxed as possible. Ask a friend if they wouldn't mind looking after your loved one for a bit, and if all else fails, look into a reputable boarding service for your pet. Fur - Fur can get everywhere. Even in places that you, as a resident of your home, don't necessarily notice all of the time. Be sure to give your couches, chairs, and love seats proper attention. That means taking the pillows and cushions off, and using a hand vacuum or brush to remove all of the fur you see. After you are sure that they are thoroughly cleaned, use a fabric freshener to finish it off. Try to do this well in advance of the potential buyer, as some people have sensitivities to fabric fresheners. Litter - No matter what kind of animal you have, odds are you have do deal with some form of waste. It may sound pretty obvious, but make sure your litter beds are clean and well hidden. Even if you own an exotic pet like a reptile of amphibian, this includes you too. Many people don't like snakes, but they'll like a messy snake cage even less. Another important thing to remember as an exotic pet owner is this: even though you may not be able to smell anything offensive coming from your reptile's cage, that doesn't mean that there isn't an odor. Many people who live with reptiles get used to the subtle odors that emit from the cages, and will tend to spot-clean their animal's cage without giving it the proper scrub-down that it needs. Odors - Don't use air fresheners to mask pet odor. It is meant to freshen the air...Not cover pet odors up. Instead, use powdered cleaners on carpets and rugs that your pets frequent. These can be purchased at your local pet store in the cleaning isle. Odds are, if someone has a severe allergy to animals, then they are going to be at risk of having a reaction. The cleaner the house, the less dander will be in the home.







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