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Playing with your cat

Friday, January 25, 2013
posted by Jim Murphy

Dogs aren’t the only pets who require exercise. Cats should get regular exercise especially if they are neutered or spayed. Buy some cat toys that you can roll across the floor. Your cat with not only enjoy chasing it but it will give him the exercise that he needs. Indoor cats frequently become too content and spend up to 18 hours sleeping or lying around. They can also become overweight which can lead to some medical problems. My younger cat, Millie loves to chase her stick toy. Every night while I’m watching TV, Mille goes near her toy and starts meowing. She’s telling me that “it’s time to play.” I always spend a few minutes ¬†swinging her toy around the room and she loves to dive, jump and chase it. My older cat, Mollie on the other hand, does not like to play. I still try to entice her with a toy that has some catnip in it. Don’t let your cats succumb to boredom, keep them entertained with some toys. This will also give them the exercise that they need and prevent them from getting a little plump!

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