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Are Laser Toys Safe For Cats?

Most pet owners know that cats go crazy for laser toys. It's very entertaining to watch them perform Olympic-grade gymnastics while they flip about trying to catch the tiny red dot. They can be an excellent way of exercising your cat indoors as they are natural predators and adore chasing the little red light. Are laser toys safe to use...

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The 5 Best Interactive Cat Toys for Bored Cats

As celebrity cat behaviorist Jackson Galaxy says, “A cat wants to kill things. It’s what they’re on this planet to do.” Cats are predatory carnivores - hardwired from the tips of their whiskers to their tender toe-beans to stalk, lunge, pounce, and kill. Your cat craves a toy that taps into their natural instincts - one that both lives and...

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Why Do Cats Bury Toys In The Litter Box?

Cats display some strange behaviors, don't they? If you’re a cat owner, you’ve probably watched your cat during one of their funny five minutes. In that case, you might notice them stalking objects, running from perceived threats that don't exist, or flinging one of their toys around like it's got a life of its own. But does your cat ever...

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10 Reasons Why Cats Put Toys In Food Or Water Bowls

If you’ve found yourself reading this article, it’s likely your feline friend has been bringing toys to the food or water bowl and perhaps even placing them in the bowl itself! If this puzzling behavior is something your cat is doing, then you are certainly not alone! We will consider some reasons why your cat might be doing this below....

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The 10 Best Chew Toys for Cats

The best cat chew toys provide a non-destructive outlet for your cat’s urge to gnaw. They’re enticing, safe, and some of them support oral health and hygiene. Because it’s a chewable toy with that can gently remove oral debris, has a fresh mint scent, and is just the right weight for batting and tossing, we chose the Petstages Fresh Breath...

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The 12 Best Cat Toys: Keep Your Cat Fit And Happy With These Irresistible Toys

It’s in their nature. Your cat needs to stalk, chase, and pounce. When cats live indoors without the stimulation of the outdoor hunt, it’s important to enrich their environment with species-appropriate play. If you don’t provide healthy outlets for their predatory instincts, your cat might have to engage them in other ways – like climbing the curtains, attacking your houseplants,...

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Why Do Cats Poop When They Are Scared?

You’ve probably heard of the ‘"flight or fight response," a common reaction to fear where both humans and animals tend to react in one of two ways to being startled: either running away or fighting back. What cat owners might be less familiar with is the concept of defecation as a fear response. A fearful cat might pass feces due...

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