An indoor only cat has an average lifespan of 15-18 years, whereas an indoor/outdoor cat or outdoor only cat has an average lifespan of only 3 years. In addition, statistically vet bills are higher for an indoor/outdoor or outdoor only cat because of their exposure to disease, preditors, cars, and other elements.
Yes, the antennas should not interfere with each other.
Inside no!- who is there to enjoy that feature? Outide - same question. Use fountains when you have visitors.
Cleats are not allowed on an astroturf hockey pitch, Trainers or Astroturf trainers that are specific to hockey which will have adequate protection overall should be warn
There's nothing wrong with sleeping on outdoor furniture especially if your a fan of the outdoors. There are some Outdoor Furniture suppliers who actually sell really nice outdoor beds.
Yes when they go in water they are okay.
You need to ask about the dress code.
If it's an indoor pool, it's okay as long as there's no thunder and lightning.
No. I am a podiatrist of 35 years in California and I would say it is inadvisable to do so due to adverse affects to the upper arch which is an area where men and women differ greatly. Basically your feet would be ruined for life. Much like the Chinese 'Lily Feet'.
Yes, you can trim your outdoor cat's claws. Even when they are trimmed, they are still very sharp. Definitely sharp enough for climbing and self-defense.
It is valid in world soccer. Ive seen it happen before, as long as no-one intefers illegally with the ball or a player it is all okay!
There are many indoor exercises that your grandmother can do. She can turn on a workout video and do the parts that are physically okay for her. Also, just a little walk around the house is great exercise for her.