Kitty Play Time

In last month's episode of Pet Talk, Dr. Sarah provided us with fun and simple ways to tap into a cat's innate problem solving skills while helping avoid the behavioral and physical consequences of sedentary living. If you missed this video on making safe but fun DIY toys for cats, be sure to watch that next.

This month, Sarah’s back with more in-depth info on why it’s important for your cat to have regular play times. It’s partly due to their unique evolution, but also because their minds require stimulation for a long and healthy life.

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  • Janet Roberts

    12/25/2015 11:59:28 AM |

    Thank you for this information!  We always let our cat Star "capture" the string or toy when we play, it makes sense to mimic real behaviors.  We'll have to try the pan of water with floating toys - she'll probably really like that.  and  Star LOVES the  Life's Abundance Cat Treats!  

  • Scott Cook

    3/9/2016 8:50:45 AM |

    Excellent insight!

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