Creative cat game: Hide and seek! Bond with your feline, but they'll find you first. Patience needed, fun guaranteed
Teach cats tricks with treats. They obey for rewards, so keep rewarding to maintain obedience.
Play fetch with your cat! Some cats naturally play, while others need training with treats. It's a game commonly associated with dogs.
Stimulate your cat with shadows and lights, providing mental and physical stimulation through playful chasing. Limited availability, but effective.
Combine cat's love for hunting and treats into a scavenger hunt: start with easy spots and make them progressively harder. Watch your cat become a pro hunter!
Cats love bubbles! They jump and pop them with excitement. Mix soap and water for homemade fun. No bubble mixture? Just combine soap and water!
Bond and play with your cat, but avoid real fighting. Observe their behavior, don't force them, as it may lead to fear and scratches.
DIY cat playhouse: Cut holes in cardboard boxes, stack together for your cat's enjoyment. Remember, cardboard won't last long, and expect scratching.
Easy homemade cat toy: Crumple paper into a ball. Let your cat play! Entertains and easy to replace. Perfect for when you're not around.
Paper bags are perfect for cats—they'll turn them into hidey holes and play with them. Great toys even when you're not there.