Invest in interactive toys that encourage your cat to play and simulate their natural hunting instincts. Toys with feathers, balls, or puzzle toys that dispense treats can keep them entertained for hours.
Cats love to scratch, and providing a scratching post or a cat tree can help satisfy their natural urge to scratch while saving your furniture.
Cats enjoy being in high places, so create vertical spaces for them to explore and climb. Install cat shelves, provide access to window perches.
Position a cat bed or a comfortable spot near a window where your cat can observe birds, squirrels, and other outdoor activities. This can provide them with visual stimulation and entertainment.
Many cats are attracted to catnip, which can provide them with sensory stimulation and playfulness. Additionally, offering cat grass can help satisfy their natural urge to chew on greens and aids in digestion.
Engage your cat in a game of hide-and-seek by hiding treats or toys in different areas of the house. This stimulates their hunting instincts and keeps them mentally active.
To keep your cat interested, rotate their toys regularly. Introduce new toys periodically to keep their playtime exciting and fresh.
Laser pointers can be an excellent source of exercise and entertainment for cats. However, never shine the laser directly in their eyes and always provide a physical toy or treat at the end of the play session.