Hi Cat Loves!
Cats have enormous energy that need to be channeled through various activities on a regular basis. It is important for a cat lover knowing how to take care of a good cat, not only by creating a comfortable environment for cats to live in, but also by fulfilling their desire to play. You can also be actively involved in this playing session. Here are some types of games that you can choose for your beloved cat.
1. Distributing Hunting Instincts
Being born a true hunter, a cat likes to pursue something moving - either inanimate, or real animal. The most popular toys are balls (made simple using squeezed paper, colorful feathered balls, or jingling balls), battery-driven rats, and lasers. You need to be extra careful when choosing a laser toy. Choose rays that are safe for your cat. Do not let your original intention in taking care your cats by inviting them to play ended up wretched.
Sisal Cat Ball Toy
Cat Balls Triple Play Disk
Remote Control Mouse Toy
Mouse LED Laser Pointer
2. Improve Supervision as well as Sharpen Nails
Providing adequate play facilities is one way to avoid stress in cats. In addition to fun hunting, cats are also happy to hide while stalking "hunt". Many things you can hide from them. Starting from the simplest and cheapest things such as plastic bags and cardboard, to things that required a special budget such as a house or paint tower.
Cat's other hobby is observing. That's why cats love to perched on high ground, like top cabinets, cars, even doors. By being on high ground, cat can see the ground surface clearly and feel more powerful over its territory. Paint tower is the right toy to fulfill cat’s hobby. Paint tower also can be used by cat to hone its nails because usually paint tower equipped with scratching post on the poles. With the paint tower, you do not have to worry that your favorite displays will be knocked over when your cat is engrossed perched on top of the closet.
Paper Bag Cat Tunnel
Foldable Cat Tunnel
Rolling Sisal Scratching Post
3. Train Dexterity
You can use cat treats and catnip as a means of caring a cat through the game and fun activities. For example, cats have to perform certain activities before they can enjoy cat treats stored in them.
Slightly different from catnip, cat treats is a herbal "toy" that can help your passive cat become active. You can sprinkle it directly on the floor or use a catnip doll. If you have several cats at home, you should give catnip separately to avoid fighting. If your cat often sharpen his nails on the couch, as a fishing rod, sprinkle the scratching post with catnip, and repeat occasionally until he gets used to it. Note the portion and frequency of catnip provided, not too much and too often.
Fish Chew Catnip
Natural Treat Ball
Catnip Chew Micehere.