Are you stuck inside this weekend due to the weather or are you just taking it easy and enjoying the couple of days off from work? Do you have a kitty who loves to play but gets bored easily? Whichever category you fall under – this post is for you. I wanted to share this quick video of three simple DIY ideas that anyone, crafty or not, can make for their furbaby. Toilet paper rolls, construction paper, tape, and treats for one toy, yarn, scissors, and knot tying skills for another, and fabric with those same scissors for the third. Nothing hard and can be made with items lying around your house. Tell me about your cat toys below – I’d love to hear about them!
You get up in the morning, get ready for the day. Maybe drink some coffee or tea or maybe you’re an OJ kind of person. Shower, get dressed, put on your shoes. Whatever your morning routine may be – we all feel guilty leaving our furbabies home when we leave the house. Am I right? Good news! I found a list of nine of the best toys to buy for your kitty in 2019 so they won’t be bored while you’re away.* Excitement guaranteed. From sushi cat toys to the FUNKitty Egg Cersizer Interactive Toy and Food Dispenser, your feline friend will be happy when you walk out that door.
*In no way am I selling the aforementioned products nor am I receiving any commissions or rewards from the marketer. I am simply recommending these products because they look interesting.
Is there a cat underneath all of that hair? You know, I asked myself the same thing when I first saw this picture. Named Colonel Meow, this Himalayan-Persian mix held the Guinness World Record for a cat with the longest fur back in 2014 with fur strands averaging nine inches in length! One of his favorite pastimes is sitting atop his cat castle and watch the world go by below him.
Interested in learning more about the late furry feline? No worries, he still has his own website, Facebook page and YouTube channel! Watch this video about Colonel Meow and who he was as a cat.
Guinness World Record today. World Domination tomorrow.
Did you know that today more than 80 million cats reside in U.S. homes, with an estimated three cats for every dog on the planet? Crazy, I know! But unfortunately, our cats are not really that into us. Nope. You’d be surprised but your cat doesn’t really understand you the way your dog does. Well according to John Bradshaw that is. A cat-behavior expert who has studied these furry felines for many years, John believes that cats are not able to perceive us as different from them. In his observations cats act the same way with humans as they do with other cats. Read more about John’s observations and thoughts in this interesting and eye-opening article.
Imagine this: Your cat is perched at the window sill, stiff postured and staring out the glass panes. Her jaw starts to open slightly and then begins to vibrate at a fast speed, letting out an interesting sound. Her tail begins to twitch excitedly. But don’t worry as this is completely normal for your furbaby. This fast and intense teeth chattering behavior can often be observed when your feline friend spots a bird or other animal through a window and might be a sign of frustration because they cannot get to their prey. Behaviorists also say that this behavior is a form of excitement or your kitty’s way of performing the act of killing while in the absence of performing the actual behavior. Read this article to learn another possible meaning behind the chattering behavior of cats.