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a good idea to get us cats happy :)

cees pelletiercees pelletier PocoMember Posts: 2
edited 1 February, 2006 in Food & Nutrition
my owner(staffworker) has something called a kitty pouch in her room. its just a bag with a small bag of my favourite kitty kat treats in it and my two favourite toys and a string in it whenever she picks it up and shakes it i see the fabric and i hear the small bell and i come running! she even makes me do exercises with the toys and treats! when im a good girl she will even give me treat just for being good ....but only sometimes :) i think this is an idea to mention to your staffworkers too!


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