Cats can be catastrophic around the house. The sweetest bundle of fluff can quite quickly turn into a curtain wrecker and furniture destroyer. A contented cat, however, is unlikely to do much damage around the house. Most destructive behaviour is the result of boredom. The RSPCA recommends that an indoors cat must have access to as much space as possible, but you still have to restrict them from areas that might be dangerous. For hygiene, a good litter tray should be available. Scratching posts, swinging ropes, soft toys or balls are ideal distractions. If your cat is kept on its own and unable to go outdoors, it will also lack social stimulation, so make sure you give it plenty of love and attention when you get home!