Games to Play With Your Cat

Cat Games Most pet cats love to play, so it’s a good thing to play games with your cat. Keep in mind that cats are, by nature, hunters. They’re also farsighted which means they don’t see too well up close. That said, they can detect movement far away from them and their hearing is much stronger than that of their owners.

In order to have fun with your cat, you can typically use one item to entertain them. For example, you can use a ping pong ball or a crumpled piece of paper on the floor. Your cat will hit it with his or her paw and then chase it around. Experiment with different objects to see what your cats likes to play with… little balls, things that roll, and toy mice usually get cats moving around to play.

Cats have been associated with yarn for a long time, and they just love string! You can take yarn, shoelaces, or any other sort of ribbon and drag it across the furniture. Your cat will be mesmerized and want to investigate.

If you want a good laugh, take one of your hands and place it under a blanket or newspaper. Move your fingers so it looks like there’s something there. Watch and laugh as your cat thinks your fingers are a mouse!

Just like little kids play hide-and-seek, you can play that game with cats. Remember that cats are hunters in search of their prey. So you can hide behind furniture and play a mock game of “come hunt me.” It’s fascinating to see cats crouching down, seemingly stalking their prey.

Find a large paper bag and place it somewhere accessible to your cat. He or she will investigate it and probably end up inside of it. Then, for fun, surprise the cat by poking the bag with your fingers and daring your cat to touch your fingers, too.

Finally, you have probably heard that cat videos are among the most popular on YouTube. Put your cat on your lap and watch some funny cat videos together. It’s a bonding experience and a nice way to show your pet cat some others having fun.

Adorable Stocking Stuffers for Bengal Kittens

The greatest joy in the world is obtaining a new furry companion. The second greatest is purchasing toys and gifts for your new pet. Bengal Kittens are unique and are as interesting as they are beautiful. Complex little felines, Bengal Cats deserve only the best kitty stocking stuffers!

Great stocking stuffers for your Bengal Cat:

Cat Nip Candy Canes

Cat Nip is a harmless mint that causes some Bengal cat’s behaviors to change. It’s not habit forming and it makes for a great playtime for the kitties. Not all Bengal cats have a reaction to cat nip however, so be sure to include a different special treat just in case. And, these Cat Nip Candy Canes are just too adorable!

Jingle Kitty Bells

Bengal kittens love to hear bells, and what better way to celebrate the holiday than including Jingle bells for toys and to attach to collars!

A Festive Holiday Collar

Speaking of holiday collars, pick up an assortment of holiday themed collars so that your Bengal kitty can celebrate in style!

Teaser Toys

Mouse teasers are a Bengal Kitty favorite! Look at pet stores for a festive Mouse Teaser Toy

Catnip Bubbles

Catnip Bubbles are a safe, adorable activity for Bengal Kittens. Playing with the bubbles and smelling cat nip as the bubbles pop is sure to be a raging delight for your Bengal Cat.

Homemade Treats

Think cat cookies or other cat-friendly baked goods! Most Bengal Cats aren’t used to handmade food from their owners; treat your little friend to a special treat!

Cat Clothes

Check out sites like CAT-toure for adorable, functional clothing for your Bengal Cat!

 

 

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