This clip illustrates both the reluctant and the brave and offers some tips on encouraging cat wheel use. For a detailed explanation visit my web article detailing the “how-to” steps. Mostly, it is just cute and hopes to inspire cat parents to provide this type of enrichment and activity if you think your cat is up to it!
This video illustrates how to provide for your cats and meet their needs even in a very small space. It is important to spread out food, water, litter, vertical space and fuzzy beds so that we create successful avoidance. This leads to peaceful coexistence.
This video details how to best utilize the foraging toys made here at Fundamentally Feline. We offer toys for beginners all the way to the master forager. Our toys also nicely compliment commercially available food puzzles and this video will show you how to do just that! Our toys can be purchased at https://www.fundamentallyfeline.com/s…
Tartarian honeysuckle is a scent that some cats respond to in the same euphoric way they do catnip. Not all cats respond to all scents so it is worthwhile to try them all.
This puzzle is not for the faint of heart. It could be scary for some cats. But if your cat is a master forager and does not mind some noise this is worth a shot. Much like the children’s vacuum or lawnmower toy that had the popping balls in it, this toy works on the same mechanism of action. The food is the popping balls in this case. A fun game if your cat also enjoys when treats or kibble are thrown.
Another stationary foraging gem! This puzzle can be used for wet or dry food. There are essentially three levels of difficulty built into this toy. Stationary puzzles as a whole are easier for most cats but when there are multiple moving parts it has the potential to present a challenge.