Keep chemicals, medicines and other toxic substances out of reach of your pet. It is best that use only natural products as it will ensure the safety of both the children and pets. Avoid using chemicals to clean the floor as most animals have the tendency to lick their paws. When animals lick their paws they ingest these chemicals which can cause long-term health problems.
A proprietary blend of vitamins and minerals (your pets will love your for this)
* High-quality protein from chicken meal for strong muscles (strong enough to let them do what they do best, work on a random leg or stuffed animal, crazy little critters!)
* An antioxidant system including vitamins A, C and E (improve that immune system)
* A selection of nutritious vegetables and fruits (who said that pets only eat meat)
* Omega-3 fatty acids for healthy skin and a shiny coat (looking pretty now)
* Calcium and phosphorus for healthy teeth and strong bones (healthy bones and teeth equals happy dogs and cats)
* Dietary fiber to help maintain a healthy digestive tract (believe me, you WANT healthy digestive tracts...lol)
Finally, make sure it has a high level of security. It should be built of a high strength material to eliminate the possibility of break-ins and should be equipped with a deadbolt locking system that locks automatically once your pet is in or out.
So, why do cats bite the hand that pets them? As usual, I decided to do a little research to see if I can find the answer. From what I can tell, it looks like experts do not agree on the reasons for this pet-then-bite behavior, therefore many theories abound regarding what is called petting-induced aggression.