The Living Room:
-Keep your windows screened and doors closed. Cats tend to love laying on the window sill, and we want to prevent them from leaping out for a bird that flew by.
-Cover outlets and secure electric cords. It is better to be safe than sorry by using electrical outlet caps helps to prevent your pet from sticking their snout into an outlet
-Try to purchase pet-friendly fabrics and materials when it comes to furniture. Go for dark textured fabrics to hide pet hair and dirt. The best fabrics for an apartment with pets are leather, canvas, microfiber, and denim. Avoid silk, velvet, linen, and tweed.
-Declutter and put your knick-knacks away on the top shelf. One wag of their tailor move can make a wine glass break off the coffee table.
-Set boundaries. If your pet loves exploring within the limits of the apartment, use baby gates or playpens to create a dedicated, fun play space for your pet