Cats & Interactive Toys: Not Just for Dogs!

by Melissa R. on December 26, 2011

Our Cat Loves Interactive Toys

Our Cat Loves Interactive Toys

We’ve seen some blog posts about the benefits of Puzzle Toys for dogs… But did you know they are great for cats, too?

Our cat, Cirrhi (a 2 year old Ocicat), is just wild about them! She begs every day for us to fill her Puzzle Toy. We love it too, because it keeps her occupied for about 30 minutes to an hour. She cleans up pretty fast, and then spends the rest of the time sniffing around for more and licking up crumbs. It’s very entertaining! She needs lots of activities as she is a very energetic and inquisitive cat, so this is perfect! Typically, I fill it up when I leave for work in the morning so she has something to do for a little bit. Check out the video below:

See the variety of Interactive Cat Toys available now, here.

Learn a little more about Puzzle Toys here from Kobe and Ellen.

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About the author: Melissa is a devoted pet owner with several cats: Kai, Cirrhi & Ritter; and the newest addition, Emme a Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever. Melissa is an avid dog agility enthusiast, and hopes her new pup will someday be an agility champion! She is a Graphic Designer and Project Coordinator for the DrsFosterSmith.com and LiveAquaria.com websites. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design from Michigan State University and is a lifelong pet lover and owner. See more articles by Melissa R.

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Odin Veldhoff March 15, 2012 at 7:28 pm

We have several puzzle toys and all the cats love them. #CELEBRATE

Melanie P April 21, 2012 at 2:17 pm

For the first time in my cat-keeping experience, I have a cat that gets BORED. Rascal is just 1 month away from his 3rd birthday, and without interactive toys (we have a lot!), I can only imagine the shredded curtains, chewed cords, etc. I switch the toys around to help delay toy-fatigue & keep the novelty going as long as possible. Current favorite toy: puzzle box where he can root out treats, toy mice & pom poms. #PETS

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