Tips To Talk To Your Cat About Gun Safety

 Cat About Gun SafetyThe days when a cat’s biggest anxieties were mean dogs or a bath are long gone. Modern cats must contend with Satanists, cyber predators, the chance of surviving in a post-apocalyptic wasteland, and a plethora of other dangers to their nine lives. Do I really need to teach my cat about gun safety?” will be the first question that many of you will ask. “Yes!!!” is the unambiguous answer.

The freedom to possess and use weapons is guaranteed by the United States Constitution, and it is a right that we must exercise in order to keep our country healthy and our democracy from deteriorating. All Americans, including their cats, have a responsibility to be able to operate and maintain a firearm. Citizens who are unable to responsibly use a firearm are just as reckless and worthless as those who do not own a firearm at all. The United States of America, as well as their homes, are under attack.

It is imperative that, in order to safeguard our country’s future security, every man, woman, and child work together. It’s generally stated that curiosity killed the cat, but what’s typically left out is that the actual cause of death was a badly trained feline firing a handgun incorrectly.

Without a question, cats are inquisitive creatures. They’ll look into every nook and cranny of your house. It’s only a matter of time before your cat discovers your firearm if you have one in your home (which you should).

Take a moment to consider which scenario you would prefer to see play out: Your cat, who has never seen or handled a gun before, bats it around as if it were a toy or stuffed mouse, possibly firing it? When you eventually decide to communicate with your cat, make sure you do so in a peaceful, distraction-free environment. As amusing as your cat may be when playing with a dangling piece of string, this is a serious conversation, and you must have your cat’s entire attention. Place your cat on your lap and offer them lots of pets while you’re talking to ensure that they’re paying attention. Enlist a partner or friend to join you for the talk and to pet any cats in excess of the number of working arms you have if you have more than two cats or if you have lost the use of one or more arms due to an accident.

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