Thought for toys
Just like a child, your kitty loves to play. Here’s how to keep your kitty engaged and happy:
- Keep an array of toys for your cat but limit her access to a few toys at a time. Rotate them every few days.
- Toss a balled-up tissue or waxed paper and let your kitty play the ‘catch and kill’ game.
- Give her a couple of ping-pong balls when she is bathing.
- The round centres of tissue rolls, tapes, etc make excellent kitty toys.
- Paper bags without handles and cardboard boxes encourage her curiosity. You will find her exploring them for hours on end.
- Old cotton socks with catnip or soft material and tied at the end will act as a stimulant for her.
- Empty clean containers and bottles which can roll on the floor can keep her amused.
- Do not give her anything which she can swallow as it can be dangerous.
- Toys without glue-on decorations or trim are fine. In case your kitty loves a toy with some decorations that can be harmful, remove them. Don’t worry if you have an ugly looking toy without eyes or hair – your kitty loves it, so who cares?