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04-20-2019 02:13 PM
With my cats it’s not so much the toy itself that they want, but the interaction with me. If I’m not attached to the other end of a toy, they’re not interested. They won’t play with anything by themselves, moving or not. (The only exception to this is a favorite pipe cleaner one has that he will bat and carry when he gets in “cat crazy” mode.)
I have cat toys, but as often as not—much like kids—they prefer boxes, bottle caps, or scraps of paper. Or, nothing. I can put my hand under a blanket and move it around, and they pounce.
04-20-2019 02:14 PM
I have had a steady stream of beloved kitties since 1986. The one tried and true toy is a yard stick with string attached to one end. My 1 yr old to 15 yr old will play with that string all day if I was up to them. They all LOVE chasing it and capturing it.I don't put a knot in the end so I can safely withdraw it from their paws and teeth. No yanking,just a gentle retraction. I ask them if they want to go cat fishing and they all get excited when they see it coming. I get bored with it before they do LOL
04-20-2019 02:38 PM
04-20-2019 08:10 PM
Does Sweet Henry also "cackle talk" to the birds & squirrels? It's quite comicaL.
When my 2 were younger, they talked to them all of the time. Recently 1 of them did & I was surprised to hear it because it's been awhile.
Like these Maine Coon cuties chattering?
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