This video stars Samson simply being cute and naughty and holds little educational value. A rarity for me but sometimes cute and fun with no real purpose just has to happen! You are welcome! Enjoy.
The scents that cats deposit when rubbing objects with their muzzle are very important to them. The marking of items in this way denotes ownership and familiarity and the scent left behind is of social significance to your cat.
Cats can respond to a variety of different scents in the same euphoric way they respond to Catnip. Here you see Willow enjoying a toy that has been marinated in dried Valerian. Dried Honeysuckle and Silvervine are two other scent to try!
This sensory enrichment tool can serve a variety of purposes and meet different needs depending on your cat’s preferences. Great for itchy cats, arthritic seniors and special needs kitties who have an itch they need to scratch!
Have you ever had a cat that loved to be vacuumed? Lefty does! Check out this tripod and how much he loves this scary beast of a machine! He would chase us from room to room as we vacuumed the entire house. He truly sought it out!
This clip is of Willow, our 5month old kitten, after she learned that the Cat Wheel is the coolest thing ever through the use of positive reinforcement and clicker training! It is very important for indoor cats to get enough exercise and to be able to blow off steam. These wheels provide that outlet! Check […]
Providing solo playtime opportunities is equally as important as interactive play. This toy is versatile, can be arranged in different configurations, peeks the feline curiosity, and can even be used as a food puzzle!
It is important to offer your cats different experiences. This means providing the chance to experience different textures, scents, sounds and tastes. Broth flavored ice cubes can be offered in water bowls, but ALWAYS provide an unflavored water source as well. Ice cubes can also be offered in bathtubs, sinks and on cookie sheets. It […]