|Cats love to chase. They love to bat, pounce, bite, scratch, and
wrestle. Let's face it: they just love to play. Give your cat the
intellectual and instinctual stimulation she desires and ignite
your cat's senses with a toy that sparks her hunting instinct.
In the wild, cats are motivated by prey such as birds,
rodents, bugs, squirrels, and chipmunks. Although our
house cats are domesticated, they never really lose touch
with their hunting instinct. For that reason, you may find
them in the basement hunting down mice, spiders, or
anything else that moves. By providing your cat with the
same play options at home that she'd find in the wild,
you can satisfy your cat's hunting instinct more safely.
You've seen the way your cat sits by the window and longingly
gazes at the birds outside. Now she can stalk them in the
house with play toys designed to mimic the movement and look
of a real bird. Da Bird gives your feline a feathered
friend - watch him jump into the air trying to catch it.
The Fling-ama-String gives your cat a chance to catch
something moving during an entertaining game of hide and
seek. Just sit back and watch - let the toy do the work!
"Cat and Mouse" is an age-old game, and one
that always keeps your cat interested. The popular
Cheesewedge of Plush Mice gives your cat 48 fun prey
to bat at - and are a bargain at 31 cents a piece.
SCRATCH AND HUNT
Hunting comes naturally for your cat. For a heavy, sturdy
place to perch and hunt, we recommend the Ultimate
Scratching Post. Not only does it save your
furniture and satisfy your cat's desire to scratch, but
you can put it next to a window so your cat can jump
on top and stalk outside birds from a safe distance.
The Peek-a-Prize Toy Box lets you
stash a combination of toys and treats in the
holes for a fun afternoon challenge.