DIY cat: 9 ideas for playing with your cat

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DIY : 9 idées pour jouer avec son chat

Playing with your cat improves the master-feline relationship, and above all, the physical and mental condition of the animal. For felines, play is synonymous with hunting and natural instinct. It allows to cheat boredom and spend the energy of the cat. Adopting a kitten requires availability, daily food and hygiene care, as well as play. Even if a kitten likes to nibble the hands of its owner, avoid accustoming it to play with the hands, because once an adult it will inevitably hurt its owner and other people around it.
In addition, it is advisable to ban these few places to play with your pet: dressing room, bedroom, cupboards, children’s playroom. If you are running out of ideas, Zoomalia has looked for 9 suitable solutions to have fun with your cat in order to to strengthen the ties that unite you. Attention, play of hands, play of villains 🙂

The ball is probably a game as old as the existence of the cat. It’s a safe bet that your furball will particularly appreciate the throwing ball in a hallway or a garden. A ball rolls extremely fast, bouncing off walls and the floor, presenting a toy that meets your feline’s demands. It can benefit from all the possible and unimaginable varieties, it’s up to you to see which shape to choose!

Zolia rodent ball with bell

Zolia rodent ball with bell

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3. Playing with a fishing rod

Stretch the tip of your cat’s nose with a beautiful duster fishing rod. Be nice and let him grab Mickey’s tail every once in a while to keep him motivated! You begin a long game of efficient and inexhaustible play.

Zolia cat duster with bell

Zolia cat duster with bell

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4. Climb a cat tree

The cat tree is the flagship accessory of any self-respecting feline. The cat by nature likes to gain height, make its claws and take refuge in a niche. This is why Zoomalia strongly advises all feline owners to use a cat tree in order to perfectly meet the primitive needs of the cat.

Small cat tree - 70 cm - Zolia Laydie

Small cat tree – 70 cm – Zolia Laydie

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5. Test intelligence games

The intelligence games develop the cat reflection, his skill and his wit. Now is the time to invest in an interactive game where your feline will have to show ingenuity and reflexes. As skillful as they are, your domestic cat must find the right trick to achieve their goal.

Puzzle game Pet enigma MEDIUM 11 turquoise Level 2

Puzzle game Pet enigma MEDIUM 11 turquoise Level 2

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6. Give a plush toy

A moment of respite is in order … Your cat is short of breath, and you may be tired of playing. Anyway, a soft toy will be welcome in your cat’s basket, from the traditional mouse to other curious little animals, for a well-deserved break, to play more tenderly or to give a big hug.

Canvas fish cat toy 7.5 cm

Canvas fish cat toy 7.5 cm

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7. Choose a toy with catnip

There are many toys with catnip available to stimulate your feline’s sense of smell and awaken his hunting instincts. In the form of original soft toys and animals of all kinds, and even a witch’s broom, these attractive toys will delight your hunter cat.

If you are still unsure, choose a welcome kit that includes a bowl, a small collar, two different balls, a mouse and a small catnip pad that will stimulate the feline’s hunting instinct.

Complete welcome kit for kitten or cat Zolia Royal Kitty

Complete welcome kit for kitten or cat Zolia Royal Kitty

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8. Practice cat agility

Agility for cat or cat agility is a sport that includes an obstacle course to be crossed. This discipline maintains the healthy cat while training their motor skills and gray matter. Introduce your cat gradually to agility and present him a circuit adapted to his level, without insurmountable difficulties.

9. Install a mobile chat application

In summary !

Playing with your cat is well and truly a pleasure. You share moments of complicity intense and you stimulate the well-being your cat’s physical and emotional life. It is just as important to teach your feline to play alone with his favorite game and thus reduce the risk of damage to your interior. When the game is over, you can reward it with some cat treats or stroke it at will to the rhythm of its relaxing purrs. Game over! Replayed?

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