Thursday, 13 October 2011
Tuesday, 11 October 2011
- 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
Thomas O'Toole, Charlie O'Marley and Lola Fannola x
Monday, 10 October 2011
Being a rough and tough introoder battling Mancat is a 24/7 job. No time for naps, except at nap time.
As you may have guessed we're back after quite a break from blogging. This is because The Mum went and got a baby in her tummy. Which is pretty careless if you ask me. Anyway, it won't be coming until after Christmas, so that's plenty of time to find it and give it the wrong directions.
Thomas O'Toole x
Sunday, 9 October 2011
Saturday, 8 October 2011