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Top Toys For Cats
Some house cats have learnt to enjoy a life of leisure, while others prefer to mix things up with frequent hunting trips, or at least exploring missions.
When they’re not relaxing, ‘the hunters’ probably enjoy to stalk and pounce on prey… or things that look like prey. Their natural agility comes in handy here and with the right toys you could awaken some healthy, playful instincts.
The thing is, just because some house cats are happier indoors, doesn’t mean they should exercise less. Without roaming, chasing things and applying their useful cat skills they’re missing out on the benefits of an active lifestyle, as well as valuable mental stimulation. Cats may seem lazy sometimes, but they’re still smart, so if no stimulation is provided they could misbehave. The solution? TOYS!