What are some good cat toys for indoor kitties?
If you have an indoor cat, it's important to make sure they have plenty of toys to keep them occupied and mentally stimulated, especially when you aren’t home. Some good toy options for indoor cats include:
- Catnip cat toys — These are a great option for cats who need a little extra stimulation. Catnip toys are filled with catnip, a herb known to have a calming effect on cats.
- Scratching posts — Scratching is a natural instinct for cats, and it helps them keep their claws healthy. A scratching post will give your cat a place to scratch without damaging your furniture.
- Puzzle toys — Puzzle toys are a great way to keep your cat's mind active. They help promote problem-solving skills and can be a lot of fun for your kitty!
- Balls — Balls are a classic cat toy and for good reason. They’re great for chasing and batting around and help keep your cat active.
Make sure to have a variety of toys available for your indoor cat so they can choose what they want to play with at any given time. This will help keep them from getting bored and stay healthy and active.
FAQs about cat toys
What are catnip toys?
Catnip toys are cat toys that are infused with the scent of catnip. Catnip is a plant that is known to have a calming effect on cats, and many cats enjoy playing with catnip toys.
Do all cats like playing with toys?
No, not all cats enjoy playing with toys. Some cats prefer watching their owners play with a toy, while others may ignore their toys altogether. Every kitty is different!
What should I do if my cat doesn’t seem interested in toys?
If your cat is not showing an interest in toys, there are a few things you can try. First, ensure you are offering various toys to appeal to different types of play. Some cats prefer to chase, while others like to pounce or bat at toys. You can also try using catnip to attract your kitty's attention. Catnip is a natural herb that is safe for cats and can often be found in toy form.
If you have tried all of these things and your cat still isn't interested, it's possible that he or she is just not a very playful cat. Don't worry, there are plenty of other ways to keep your kitty happy and healthy!
Where can I buy Trouble & Trix toys?
Our cat toys are available in pet stores across Australia and New Zealand! Simply add your address or suburb to our store locator, and we’ll tell you where you can find our products. Our cat toys are also available online from reputable retailers like Petcircle, Petbarn and PETstock.
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