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  • Bernard Charles posted an update 5 months, 2 weeks ago

    There is nothing protected from the kitty within my house, he plays with everything that’s not glued down. Keys, pens, pencils, rubber bands, bobby pins, plastic bags, anything, everything. I cannot let you know how many times I have been previously late for work because my house keys are missing and where will i eventually find them? Underneath the couch, beneath the chair and once beneath the dishwasher. At first, I accused family members but after a while I realized who to blame was, the one that can’t leave anything alone, my cat!

    It appears as though he’s captivated by stuff that they can bat or push around, the more they slowly move the more he likes them. Who would’ve ever considered that a cat could be enthusiastic about keys or pens or rubber bands? When small objects disappear, we understand who took them and now we also know where you can look. Under large objects for example furniture or appliances happen to be where things show up.

    It can make me wonder why cats need toys once they enjoy anything they could possibly get their paws on. It took a little while to understand a cat carries a [natural] need to hunt and stalk. Small objects that move easily supply them with the opportunity to stalk, attack and push around their "prey". Cats should release energy and by pouncing on and batting things that they could easily move lets them keep their hunting skills polished. Ah, so this is why cats need toys!

    Cat toys are designed to provide healthy exercise on a daily basis. Toys can be a much better strategy to release energy finally, enjoy yourself without losing the automobile keys. Surprisingly, cat toys appear in a variety of types. Balls, toy mice, wind-up toys to chase and even birds that make chirp noises. Numerous tantalizing what to interest kitty, he will not enthusiastic about the things that he really should not be having fun with.

    Important things have gotten better around here because we introduced some toys to the fur baby. He plays for a long time [and hours!] with his toys, usually until they disappear under the stove or dishwasher where he can’t fit a paw into have them. When he loses among his favorite toys under a product, he sits and stares and ultimately actually starts to pout. Yep, I am aware he lost something and I really need to get it for him or he’ll be eying those keys again.

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