Christmas trees

How to Keep Your Indoor Cat Entertained

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Is Your Indoor Cat Bored?

 

Chocolate point Siamese cat resting on carpeted bookself

Lily resting in office

 

Is your cat sleeping more than usual and packing on the pounds?

Time to make note of the waking hour activities. Is he/she begging for food or listless most of the time?

Bored cats use food to fill the boredom.

Challenge your cat’s mind with interactive toys. Even just a new toy with unfamiliar smells will stimulate their curiosity.

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Natural Cat Behavior

 

chocolate point siamese cat enjoying the sunshine

Lily turns 2 years old

The cat’s natural instinct is to climb. And observe from a safe place. Another typical behavior is to get low and hide, which represents fear.

 

The cat’s small stature on the floor is an inadequate perspective of their environment. Providing high places invigorates their spirit for adventure.

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Cats At Christmas 2021

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chocolate point Siamese cat on hearth in living room with Christmas bear

Lily with the Christmas bear

The cats and us this year. They are getting into the spirit. This will be Lily’s second Christmas with us and Lucy’s first.
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Rethinking the Christmas Decorations

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Had to put a few decorations away. Cats in the past enjoyed the colored silky thread covered styrofoam ball ornaments. Sure, I trimmed them; they were looking shabby. Kept the good ones and placed them in a container with decorative pine and holly holiday picks.
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Lily flips one out of the container. Had a fantastic time batting the ball across the floor. My heart sank when she unraveled half and it was in her mouth. Much like a wad of cotton candy. Ran over and grabbed it. Only to realize I didn’t get every piece. Hard as I tried, I couldn’t get her close enough to rescue the last piece.

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