Tis the season, football fans! I’m a fan of (American) football in general, but my favorite teams are the Packers and Seahawks*. And you know that I’m a cat lady. So I was thrilled today to see a handful of cat toys in Seahawks colors at Fluffy and Floyd’s! Every now and then I also . . . → Read More: Toys For The 12th Cat (Seahawksish Cat Toys)
Thanks to BuzzFeed for sharing 2:28 minutes of video that will make you “officially more clever than your cat”. (LOL)
Using ordinary stuff you’ll find around your house, you can make useful and fun cat-related things. I think my favorite is the t-shirt tent. What’s yours?
Jane Ear playing with a soccer ball Easter egg
This is the time of year that many grocery & department stores have one of my favorite, inexpensive cat toys: plastic Easter eggs in a variety of colors, sizes, & textures.
The eggs that I always stock up on are the ones that . . . → Read More: The Eggs And I (Home-Made Cat Toys)
A couple years ago I discovered a line of dog toys that were the most durable I’d ever seen and I’ve continued to be amazed at how well they last.
Kilo Hitch Tugs are made out of climbing rope – you know, the rope that mountain climbers and rock climbers rely on . . . → Read More: This Tugs For You
Getting plenty of physical activity is important for cats, especially those who live indoors. Cats are adapted for certain kinds of play, so becoming familiar with the things that stimulate your cat to play will lead to you having more fun and forming a closer bond.
Cats require physical exercise and play to . . . → Read More: Play It Forward (Cats Play And Prey Preference)