Real Talk: Why Americans Keep Their Cats Indoors 

In the United States, cats are consistently ranked among the most popular types of domesticated pets.  

These are some of the comments that were given after someone asked a group of American citizens living online why they keep cats inside their homes. 

The risks posed by wildlife are a major consideration for many people in  

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the United States who are intent on keeping their feline pals indoors. 

Furthermore, huge canines have been known to maul kittens. 

Raccoons, hawks, foxes, rattlesnakes, and coyotes are just few of the predators that regularly attack and kill cats.  

An outdoor cat typically lives for two to five years, as stated by one of the thread's fur moms. Indoor cats, 🐾

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