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Best Toys for Your Playful Cat

Best Toys for Your Playful Cat

You can find all sorts of different cat toys in stores, but nearly all fit into the following four categories:

  • Chasers

Your cat can chase and paw at these toys. Examples include catnip mice, balls and feather wands.

  • Rewarders

Toys that reward your cat in some direct, tangible way fall into this category. Balls with holes that release cat treats, for example, fit this description.

  • Puzzle Solving

Some of the best toys are those that cause your cat to work out a problem, such as how to find a ball in a maze or how to locate a remote-control critter.

  • Exploratory

Crinkly tunnels and small jungle gyms for cats fit into this category. These toys encourage your cat to explore.

Your cat can benefit from all these toys. During your next shopping trip, consider adding one or more of each type to your cat’s toy chest if you don’t have similar toys already. That way, your pet can exercise all of its brainpower and muscles. Just remember that you are your cat’s favorite plaything; in fact, your cat may ignore most toys unless you introduce them and help Fluffy play along.

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Posted on January 13, 2011

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Posted on December 4, 2010

Danko Ramone says: Wow, what a disappointing article. By the headline, it purported to offer the "best toys," for my cat. Instead, it's merely a list of the different types of toys available. Not being an idiot, I was aware of those already.

Posted on October 18, 2010

Robert Wilson says: thanks for the post

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