Looking for the best cat toys? In order to remain emotionally healthy, cats need intellectual and physical stimulation. As a cat owner, you should understand your pet's needs, and provide him or her with companionship and plenty of diversions at home in order to prevent your cat from becoming bored and destructive.
Playing with your cat is important and is a great way to bond with your pet. It also help to develop coordination in your young feline friend.
Be sure to give your cat a good number of teaser toys, fake mice, squirrel and birds, small balls, and other toys with catnip inside.
Cats also love to play hide and seek, so try to give him or her places to hide, such as corner units, crackle chute, or cat lounge activity center with hide-away. You can also try to use an empty cardboard box. Cats can't resist!
By giving your pet toys, it will keep your cat occupied during the day, and prevent them from destroying valuables and scratching your furniture.
Be sure to avoid giving your pet toys that have any small pieces that can be chewed off. You may not think that items such as buttons, rivets, pieces of plastic, and beads can harm your cat, but it can be chewed off and choked on. Or worst, if swallowed, these things can cause blockages in the intestinal track.
If you're a handy person, or have a skilled person that loves to build stuff, you should check this out "Cat Tree Construction Plans."
There you'll find detailed plans, materials list, and step by step on how to make your own cat tree/towers!
Here is some homemade cat toy ideas:
Attention: Watch out for homemade toys, they can be potentially toxic or harmful to the cat's digestive track, such as empty plastic jars or bottles that once contained harmful chemicals or medications, balls of aluminum foil, ribbons, or anything containing rubber bands.
Most of all, HAVE FUN playing with your cat!
"A cat improves the garden wall in sunshine, and the hearth in foul weather." - Judith Merkle Riley
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