Some cat breeds are so enterprising and active that they can become unhappy without free access. Others, however, are considered to be calm, frugal minds who can also have a great time inside the apartment.
These cat breeds like to take it easy
Most western cat breeds are rather cozy personalities. The Scottish Fold Shorthair or the British Shorthair (BKH), for example, are usually easy to keep in the home. This also applies to the cozy Ragdoll cat or the elegant Russian blue. The sweet Choupette by Karl Lagerfeld is also one of the home-made fluffy balls as a Holy Burmese cat.
In addition, you can get the Persian cat, the Turkish Angora and the meek Maine Coon cat to get used to the pure housing.
Deal with velvet paw in the apartment
Even if the cat breeds mentioned feel good without free access, they need employment and company. If you often have to leave your fur nose alone during the day, you should put a playmate at your side. In the garden, the velvet paws could meet with peers from the neighborhood, but indoor cats do not have this option.
Cute little British Shorthair kittens
A great scratching post with climbing opportunities, cuddly caves, sleeping troughs and viewing platforms is part of it, so that your fur noses can also discover and experience a lot in the apartment. In addition, the room tigers appreciate a cozy place on the windowsill and maybe an occasional trip to the secured balcony.