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how to keep my active cat occupied while I'm away

Monica MieczkowskiMonica Mieczkowski Member Posts: 4
edited 31 January, 2014 in Behavior & Training
Hi I have 2 cat one of which is very active. I am trying to make my apt more cat friendly so while I'm at work he will be more likely to play with his toys and not destroy things or get into things he shouldnt. I was wondering if anyone had suggestions for interactive toys he could play with while I'm gone. He is very destructive though and often breaks toys so i need things that are sturdy.


  • Renee RyzRenee Ryz Member Posts: 2,164
    edited 31 January, 2014
    the track ball toys are supposed to be good. Or a treat/food dispenser ball toy. You could consider the videos they have for kitties too.
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