How do I make sure my indoor cat has as much fun as he would outdoors?
Kim says: Beyond the basic requirements of food, water, and shelter, cats need opportunities to exercise their most natural behaviours in order for them to thrive both mentally and physically. An indoor cat needs to be provided with a stimulating environment with opportunities for scratching, climbing, exploration, hunting, and play. A dull and under stimulating indoor environment can lead to stress-related behaviour problems.
The key to enriching a cat’s indoor environment is to understand the resources that are particularly valued by the cat and those that will facilitate natural feline behaviour.
Kim Houston – BSc (Hons), Dip (AS) CABC, CCAB is a consultant in feline behaviour. She works with clients throughout the UK, helping to resolve cat behaviour problems. Find out more at www.cat-astrophes.com
All For Paws
Altany Cat Sack
Available in a range of colours.
Cats’ will love to snuggle right into this cat sack, while being able to play hide and seek, keeping entertained for hours.
Wholesale enquiries: Pedigree
Kitty Teaser Scratch Post Cat Toy
This attractive, easy assembled rope covered scratch post toy, with fun swinging ball, feather toys and trapped rolling balls, which move as the toy is played with is great fun and eco-friendly, too.
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