Tiny HouseFarmhouse Landscape, Portland
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Do you have children? Kittens that grow up with children usually become cats that are tolerant of a child’s behavior. However, very young children are often a little rough with small kittens, so extra supervision is needed. Although adult cats are more resilient, not all are comfortable around children, so make sure you carefully select a cat with the right temperament to cope in a home with kids. It’s a good idea to take your children to the shelter to interact with the cats. The staff will be able to help you find a cat that is suitable. At home, make sure your cat has plenty of hiding places and kid-free zones to escape to if it needs some peace and quiet.
4. Reduce your carbon footprint. If conserving energy and protecting the environment are top concerns for you, making an effort to reduce your consumption of fossil fuels is a good goal to work toward. While there are many little ways to achieve this, one overarching decision that has the potential to dramatically reduce your consumption is living in a smaller home. This won’t work for everyone, of course, but in the city, you could opt for a studio apartment or the equivalent smallest workable option for your family. In the suburbs or country, you might look for a cottage, a cabin …Read about this family’s 540-square-foot home