Wednesday, May 25, 2016


I have two very energetic cats. They have toys stored on their cat tree, in a basket and then littered here and there throughout the house. My male, Buxton, gets very aggressive with new toys, especially when they have feathers. He likes to 'kill' it and dominate the situation. He growls and won't let go of the 'victim. Cats are attracted to movement and if you aren't careful, you will feel the sharpness of their claws, so it's important to have toys for them.  The first one with the cloth tube and feather attachment at the end is popular with him, until you get tired out. But the other toy that is on a wire with rattling beads and the feather tufted end is his favorite.  I have to hide it when I'm not home just in case he injures himself. That one he definitely wants to kill.  Cats don't like to entertain themselves all the time, so they need humans to get them neat toys to exercise their muscles.

I received this item at a discount in exchange for my honest and unbiased review.

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