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50 Games to Play with Your Cat

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Cats are commonly misconceived as sedentary creatures that need little if any exercise. In reality, cats require the same sort of mental and physical stimulation as any other pet in order to be healthy and happy and to alleviate boredom.
Paperback, 128 pages
Published October 1st 2007 by TFH Publications (first published 2007)
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Jessica Thurlow
Today I finished reading through Jackie Strachan’s 50 Games To Play With Your Cat and I have to say I am underwhelmed. I was greatly anticipating this book because I am always searching for new ways to interact with my feline house companions but I found this book to be overly cautious and also nutritionally irresponsible. Many of the games I found in this book had the admonition that these games should not be played unsupervised and in my opinion, if my cat can’t play with these toys when I’m n ...more
With two playful cats, and a limited budget I like to come up with free ways to give them something new. And considering that cats have the tendency to lose interest in toys pretty darn quick....
Unfortunately this book doesn't have anything revolutionary. There are plenty of the basics, how to drag the toy across the floor to get the cat interested and that they love feather and whatever else. But not quite what I was looking for. The toilet paper tubes game is probably the best idea, but I have
While there were a few cute ideas for building cardboard playhouses for your cat(s), most of the book was just common sense. How many ways can you say "tie a cat toy to a string and tie the string to an inanimate object?"
If your cat is as spoiled as mine, there's probably not much here you haven't provided in one form or another, but there were a few ideas that were new to me, including one made of paper towel/toilet paper tubes.
The book had nothing new to tell me and a lot of the games were more arts and crafts project for the owners of the cats.
This book is so much less ridiculous than you might think it is. Surprised me, for sure.
Lori Mason
Really not worth your time. If you are a cat lover, these are pretty basic.
Marianna Monaco
great photos
great ideas for toys and toy boxes to make yourself for your cat
A few good ideas, with cutesy wootsy names attached to each one.
Fun for the cat lover...
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