Should you take your cat for a walk?

We have a bank of questions and answers covering the subjects of gardening, pet care and DIY.

Today we highlight a question from our pets section. Should cats be walked.

Can cats be walked is perhaps a better question, although they do seem to love being active, but not half as much as simply lazing around the home.

Not surprisingly, our experts don't recommend it - mostly because you will spend half your time putting the lead on and the rest of it trying to get the cat to go where you are.

Now You Know. You can find hundreds of other more serious and useful questions and answers on this site.


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