With the new year comes new goals for almost everyone. While you might be drafting a list of resolutions for yourself, consider including your pet on your list for making their 2016 a great year as well.
Incorporate (More) Playtime into Your Routine
Cats love the thrill of chasing a laser toy; just don’t tell them it’s exercise! Toys that trigger a cat’s predatory instinct are a great way to get them off the couch and engaged in a little aerobic activity. Experiment to see what really gets your cat going — in addition to lasers, catnip toys, crinkly balls, and climbable cat trees are perennial feline favorites. Even a cardboard box can become a cat cave that satisfies a cat’s desire for a hiding place.
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