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Laser pointers are always a hit. Just don't point it into their eyes. They also like feather toys and toys with catnip in them.

Posted on Jun 24, 2012

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Cats are good at amusing themselves, so whether it is a ball of wool or expensive toy from the pet store, your cat will have an equal amount of fun. Usually toys with catnip are a big favorite with most cats however not all are susceptible to it.

Posted on May 14, 2012

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Can anyone recommend some good interactive cat toys?


There are so many cat toys available; choosing can become a daunting task. Here are some great interactive cats toys that I think are worth looking into:


Da Bird - http://www.amazon.com/Da-Bird-Cat-Toy-Store/dp/B000F9JJJE

Crazy Circle - http://www.amazon.com/Petmate-Crazy-Circle-Interactive-Small/dp/B0002AT5AY

Neko Flies - https://www.nekoflies.com/

Crinkle Balls - http://www.petplanet.co.uk/product.asp?dept_id=1396&pf_id=3127

Sep 02, 2012 | Alfred Cats

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What to look for when buying a cat toy?


When buying a toy for your cat there are three important things you should look for. First, you need to look for a sturdy toy, fi it can get tossed, thrown, clawed, batted, kicked, licked and repeatedly pounced on without coming apart, it's a quality cat toy. Catnip-filled toys encourage play, but most cats like to eat catnip and will always try or lick or chew their way to that scrumptious herbal filling. Second, you need to look for toys without removable parts. Catnip mice with yam tails; crinkly cater-pillars bug eyes and plastic mesh balls with tantalizing little bells inside are the most popular cat toys although they have are potentially dangerous parts that come off. If you can pull a part of decoration off a cat toy do it to all of your cat's toys; it's better to have some catnip mice without tails than frequently visit you vet to get the tails out of your cat's stomach. Third, you should look for something fun for your cat. Cat owners often disappointed and frequently annoyed to find that the 80$ worth of custom cat toys get passed over for a piece of crumpled paper. Cats like games that involve climbing, running, leaping and pouncing. Pick toys that encourage those behaviors and your cat will defiantly use them. Furthermore, cats see moving edges better than stationary object, so toys that wiggle or weave fascinate them and trigger their hunting reflexes.

on Aug 23, 2012 | Cats

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My cat is very playful. Can anyone recommend a good toy to help keep her interested and active?


Look for toys that your cat can chase, like balls and feather wands. You may also want to look into getting your cat a toy that releases cat treats.

Aug 30, 2012 | Alfred Cats

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What kind of household items would make for good cat toys?


Here is a list of some great items you can find around the house and double as a toy for your cat:

Ping pong balls

Paper bags (without the handles)

Cardboard boxes

Empty rolls of toilet paper/paper towel

Aug 30, 2012 | Alfred Cats

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How can I keep my cat's toys from being spread all over my apartment?


In order to avoid this inconvenient situation you should collect your cat toys into one place, a box or a designated place for toys in your house. This will give a tidy appearance to your house and will also make your cat look for the toys on his own, which is a good thing.

Aug 23, 2012 | Alfred Cats

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Do I need to buy a chew toy for my new cat?


That's agood question. I have seen chewing toys available at cat shops but in generalcats are more into scratching than chewing. Kittens might enjoy a chew toy butit really depends on the cat. Don't spend a lot on those kind of toys unlessyou see that your cat is really into chewing.

Jul 24, 2012 | Cats

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