- Paper (not plastic) bags without handles are great for pouncing on and hiding in.
Clementine from Life Frome A Cat's Perspective has a great demostrative post here.
- Catnip stuffed and sewn into an old sock will make most cats delirious with happiness
Father Tom from Whisker Messages From A Chruch Cat has a wonderful post about catnip stuffed socks here.
- Plastic shower curtain rings are fun either on their own, linked to others or tied to a piece of string and hung in an inviting spot.
- Reflected sunlight, such as from a watch or piece of jewellery, gives cats something to chase without you barely having to move! A torch beam is also great for this purpose.
- The tubes inside paper towels or toilet rolls will keep a cat happy.
- 'Fetch' isn't just a game fir dogs; cats love it too. A ball of foil will make a satisfying noise, too.
- Any ball will satisfy a cat, although those with holes in will help the cat to carry the ball more easily. An empty bathtub provides a fascinating arena for a cat with its ball.
These tips and more are available from Cats Micellany by Lesley O'Mara
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