#2-Canned Tuna is something people often think of as food for cats outside of the store-bought dry food or store-bought canned food. If you feed your cat too much tuna from the can, your cat will become blind because they will be lacking many vitamins, minerals, and fats that support eye health.
#3-Don't drop or throw your cat. Even though the saying goes that cats always land on their feet, I can assure you they don't. I have a cat that loses his balance all the time and even when he jumps on his own has his feet slide out from under him or even land on his side or back.
#4- Brush your cat regularly. With three cats, you can imagine that I have a great deal of cat hair in my house to deal with. They LOVE laying on every square inch of furniture I own, so all of the chairs and couches need vacuumed at least once a week. We chose mostly microfiber for our material of furniture so it is easier to vacuum using the drapery attachment. Brushing your cat regularly isn't just for your home, clothing, or lung health, but also for your cat's digestive health. When cat's lick themselves they ingest varying amounts of cat hair. Some cats are able to pass the hair, but others will get sick and have to cough up the mass of hair it has ingested. Some unlucky cats get a mass that they can neither cough back up or pass, and this is when real problems happen. It is easiest just to avoid this potential to begin with. Every time you brush or pet your cat and collect the hair, you are eliminating potential hair they would have ingested.