|Purred: Wed Jan 12, '11 10:37am PST |
|It's Fluff. I have enjoyed my person's earring rack, and also the toilet. Plus we found that part of the carpet is unfastened, and enjoy pulling that up, and hiding the things we find underneath.
Needless to say, our person does not recommend this. We do all like having anything in an empty box, although Queenie and I are too big to get into many boxes. Stella loves it the best, and also those stiff plastic bags that they give at Barnes and Noble. They make the greatest noise. We did start cutting the handles, though, after Stella got caught once. She has been playing with plastic bags since she was a tiny kitten, and we thought she understood.
Stella enjoys playing fetch, although the rest of us think it is very uncatlike of her. She thought of the game herself, so not sure how to train a cat to fetch, but something to start young.
If you have the space and money, any of those cat tree things provide lots of exercise and fun, and if they are next to a window, endless enjoyment watching the outdoors.
We've heard that those treat toys, boxes with holes in them where you hide treats or dry food for the cat to figure out how to get them out, are a lot of fun and develop the old brain power.
A real mouse is very entertaining, but hard on the house.
If you have shown any interest in the TV, those mouse and bird videos are entrancing, but we shouldn't probably train our kitties to be couch potatoes.
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