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5 Unique Cat Toys Your Cat NEEDS Under the Tree!

Monday, December 11th, 2017

Each of us who serve as staff to our cats know that they are hard to please when it comes to most things, but especially toys.

This holiday season, we want to be sure you can give your cat a toy he will be sure to find PURRfect!  And any of these 5 unique toys will deliver! (more…)

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Great Cat Toys on A Budget

Wednesday, March 2nd, 2011

Embrace Your Creativity!

Cats are very open minded. They love to play and will happily play with things that you might never expect – even items that aren’t ‘regular’ cat toys. The caps from a two-liter bottle of soda or the plastic ring that seals a jug of milk or OJ shut are traditional favorite cat toys. It doesn’t cost anything to crumple up some newspapers or aluminum foil and toss it where the kitten can play with it.

Cats love to explore and investigate.  Keep them mentally stimulated and encourage their physical activity by adding items to your household for them to check out.  A simple cardboard box may not seem like a whole lot of fun for us, but if you leave it unattended, your cats will be all over it. Climbing on the box, jumping in and out of it, hiding inside the box, and seeing if the box can be tipped over or moved can occupy an entire day for curious kitties.

Change objects often – after all, you don’t want to leave cardboard boxes hanging around your house for weeks on end!  Other objects that provide safe, inexpensive fun for cats include empty paper bags and empty coffee cans.  Put another object inside the coffee can – tops from a soda can work great! – and put the top back on.  Your cat will have a fabulous time rolling the can around.  This is a noisy toy, so you’ll want to put it away when you need some sleep!

Hull Cat Sitting Services

Cat owners who have to travel away from home often have a great deal of anxiety.  Who will take care of their cats? Cat sitting services are the answer.  Your Hull cat sitter can make sure your cat is fed, watered, and receives medications, if needed.