Low household humidity is not good.

gatocat14

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Nov 19, 2020
This is only my observation. I always go out of my way to keep humidity at 50%. I had a new roof put on and the humidity went down to 30%. With in two months my cats were getting "sickly". Then two of them went into "shock;.
I researched effects of low humidity in humans, since there was NO information on the same in cats.
I put the worse ones in a room with a mister and put other misters around the house. Getting the humidity up to just 40% was an improvement. Some of the cats slept in the mist. It looked as if the low humidity caused all bodily functions to shut down.
I know humidity and parrots in the house is an issue to be aware of, but learned something about cats.
 


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