1. A feather teaser toy to ignite the hunter spirit within them. Whether they chase this toy around the house, or cuddle with it during a cat nap, your cat will appreciate you for this one.
2. An interactive toy maze for the cat who scoffs at mere toy mice. This treat toy is great for keeping your cats engaged and stimulated while you do other things, like tick off chores from your daily to-do list.
3. A Petstages treat-dispensing puzzle that'll help your kitty slow down if they seem to eat as quickly as you serve them their food.
4. A catnip-filled fortune cookie will keep them entertained for HOURS while telling the world who actually caused all those tears on your furniture... (HINT: the toy says "blame it on the dog.")
5. A catnip-filled toy is sure to be a treat every time. Simply stuff the toy with catnip and watch the chaos ensue — away from your couch — as your cat tries to dig the catnip from inside this toy.
6. An interactive laser pointer, because playtime is not just about having fun — it's important for keeping your cat active and maintaining their cognitive health, too.
7. A Catit super roller circuit that will preoccupy your cat while you try to get some typing done. (Why is it that cats always want your attention while you're typing?!)
8. A cat toy – it comes equipped with a running mouse to keep your kitty on their toes...or paws. This toy comes with a toy mouse that "runs" under and over the holes at the top of this toy.
9. A grass scratcher toy to keep your cat busy as it scratches, chases, and lounges on this toy. I have this scratcher, and I love watching my cats chase roller toys between the slits in the surface. I also love that my cats have something other than my brand-new rug to scratch at!
10. A PetSafe feeder ball that'll keep mealtime fun, while simultaneously stimulating your cat's mind with play.
11. A fuzzy cat tree so that they can have something other than your couch to scratch during their free time. This tree has a hammock, too, which is perfect for midday cat naps.
12. A roller ball toy with a teaser mouse attached to keep your needy kitty preoccupied as you take care of cleaning, laundry, and other daily tasks.
13. A hangable scratch pad, because your cat needs something other than both your couch *and* your brand-new rug to file their nails on.
14. A cat dancing toy that features rolled cardboard on a steel wire with just enough movement that causes the toy to "dance." As while the toy ~dances~, your cat does, too!
15. An interactive roller cat toy, because playing isn't just for kittens! Playtime is vital to ensuring that your cat can maintain their physical health and mental awareness throughout their life. I have this toy, and my two cats play with it for hours on end.
16. An interactive tunnel and assortment of toys, is essentially like the cat version of a ball pit: once inside, your cat will never want to get out.
17. A "ripple rug," because cats don't just tear for fun — it's their way of filing their claws! This rug is the perfect texture for them to tear at, as well as nestle inside.
18. An exercise wheel, since sometimes, cats just need to get their energy out, and they'll do anything it takes to say, "hey! play with me," which includes scratching at things they know they're not supposed to. This will help them release their desire to play while being a great workout!
19. A zebra-print activity mat they can scratch at all they want while paw at the bells hanging overhead.
20. And a fruit tart bed, since cats can sometimes scratch at cozy couches when they're making biscuits, preparing to get ready for a nap. Your cat can use this bed to make all the biscuits they want during their nth slumber of the day, while having lemon, kiwi, strawberry, and blueberry-shaped cushions to play with when they wake up!
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