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Cat toys provide essential mental enrichment and encourage physical activity for indoor cats. They are also a great way for you to strengthen your bond with your cat through playing together.
A lack of mental stimulation and enrichment in cats can lead to problem behaviours such as scratching furniture and inappropriate urination around the house.
There are many different types of cat toys on offer including cat tunnels, trees and scratchers, teaser toys, interactive toys for kittens and treat dispensers. To keep your indoor cat happy, you should try to aim to have 1-2 toys from each category so they don't get bored of the toys.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Why won't my cat play with toys?
People often ask why their cat won't play with the toys they have just bought for them and it can be frustrating when your cat isn't showing any interest in your new toys. This is because cats can have very different individual preferences when it comes to toys! Toys are designed to provide cats with mental and physical stimulation, mimicking a variety of natural activities such as hunting that would occur outdoors. Cats and kittens that are more food-orientated will love treat dispensing toys such as the Catit Senses Food Tree. While cats that like to hunt and interact with you may enjoy teaser toys like the Dr Noys Swizzle Bird. Sometimes your cat may also need you to show them how the toy works and capture their attention. Experiment with different toys to see what kind of toys your cat takes to!
Cats can also get bored of toys quite easily. To prevent your cat from getting bored make sure you have a selection of different toys that you can rotate and put away after a play session with them. This keeps the toys fresh and exciting for the next time.
Author info: Dr Jennifer Lau - Pet Circle In-House Veterinarian