chew toys?

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Purred: Tue Oct 15, '13 1:42pm PST 
My 8 month old kitten Miles has a serious chewing issue. He prefers dense foam (my gardening Crocs are now total garbage)and thick plastic, but will also destroy cardboard boxes. He doesn't eat it (I've been checking his stool just in case), just chews it up and spits it out all over.

This is the first kitten I've had that won't stop chewing. The vet says his teeth look great, so no dental issues. Do they make chew toys for cats? Any suggestions?

Merlin - An Angel- Forever

Purred: Tue Oct 15, '13 5:02pm PST 
Maybe your cat is bored? thinking Bored cats will sometimes chew on things shrug Make sure to have plent of playtime smile

Petstages makes dental toys for chewing and playing with: http://www.petstages.com/our-products/Cat/Dental

You can also try the rubbery Kitty Kong You don't need to fill it with treats/food as suggested.