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Qué tan competentes son los dueños de gatos en el cuidado de sus gatos?

How competent are cat owners in caring for their cats?



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ŞEKER, İbrahim, ERTEN, ÖMER, KÖSEMAN, A. ., & KOŞAN, Şenol. (2024). Qué tan competentes son los dueños de gatos en el cuidado de sus gatos?. Revista MVZ Córdoba, 29(1), e3288. https://doi.org/10.21897/rmvz.3288

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ÖMER ERTEN
Abdurrahman KÖSEMAN
Şenol KOŞAN

İbrahim ŞEKER,

Fırat University, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Department of Zootechny


ÖMER ERTEN,

Erzincan Binali Yıldırım University, Kemaliye Hacı Ali Akın Vocational School, Department of Veterinary Medicine


Abdurrahman KÖSEMAN,

Malatya Turgut Özal University, Akçadağ Vocational School, Plant and Animal Production Department


Şenol KOŞAN,

Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry, General Directorate of Food and Control, Animal and Animal Products Border Control Department


Objetivo. Este estudio se realizó para determinar las percepciones de los dueños de gatos en Türkiye con respecto a las condiciones de bienestar de sus gatos y sus actitudes y niveles de conocimiento durante el cuidado de sus gatos. Materiales y métodos. El material de investigación consta de datos obtenidos de cuestionarios realizados con 494 propietarios de gatos. Resultados. Entre los dueños de gatos, el 98,6 % mantuvo la comida para gatos en cajas cerradas y el 93,5 % tomó precauciones para evitar que sus gatos accedieran a los productos químicos domésticos. En este estudio, según las respuestas dadas por los participantes a las preguntas del cuestionario, se encontraron diferencias estadísticamente significativas entre las opciones en cuanto a sus respuestas a todas las demás preguntas, a excepción de las respuestas dadas por los dueños de gatos a las preguntas sobre si utilizan mosquiteros para sus gatos en las ventanas y/o balcones de sus casas y la frecuencia de cambio de la arena higiénica de sus gatos (p<0,01). Conclusiones. Se determinó que la mayoría de los dueños de gatos en general eran correctos y adecuados en cuanto a sus actitudes y niveles de conocimiento durante el cuidado de sus gatos. Sin embargo, se ha determinado que los dueños de gatos no tienen suficiente y correcta información y preferencias sobre el uso de mosquiteros para sus gatos con fines de protección en las ventanas y balcones de sus casas, dándoles a sus gatos alimentos adicionales como chorizo, salchichón, chorizo.


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