Pets? Think of your space
If you are about to adopt a pet, it is important that you prepare your home to make it fit and so that your possessions are protected beforehand.
Security for all. You may have sculptures, accessories, or fragile items for decoration. You do not necessarily have to remove them, put shelves on the walls and arrange accessories. There are some very modern designs that will adapt to the style of decoration you have at home.
There are also very simple and transparent brackets if you don’t like the idea of them popping out more than your stuff.
In the case of wires, they should be hidden behind furniture or better organized so that they are well attached to the walls.
furniture. Imagine how your pet could have more space to move around inside the house. Then rearrange the furniture design to create a large space.
If you have sofas or chairs made of delicate fabrics, such as velvet, corduroy, silk, or any fabric that can be damaged by a simple scratch, there is a solution.
Choose covers for armchairs and chairs made of synthetic materials that can be washed regularly. Also get chair leg protectors to prevent them from getting damaged.
Not toxic. Choose a place that is high or hard to open to store toxic products, such as medicines, pesticides, or detergents. Choose pedal-operated or hard-to-turn trash cans, as harmful food debris can linger.
Another thing to look for is that if you have plants and flowers, which ones are toxic to pets and remove unsuitable species. If you live on a raised floor, install mosquito nets on the windows, as cats are excellent at escaping, and when they jump they can end up hurting.
for your convenience
dog corner. Choose what your personal space will be and what should not be invaded. Once you have chosen your place or room, place your bed. If adopted, ask for a blanket that smells like your mom or siblings and reduces stress
cat corner. Repeat the same steps above for a dog. But the cat requires more accessories. Disposable trash can and scraper are essential.