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IF YOU TAKE CARE OF KITTENS, PLAY WITH THEM EVERY DAY.


Ten or fifteen minutes are a good minimum. And the less time, the more toys you should provide.


Toys do not have to be expensive. A paper bag, an old cotton sock or a table-tennis ball are great fun - according to cats.
But make sure they are safe. Take care of your cat as if it was a human child. Never use plastic bags. Never leave fragile objects in places your kitten can reach, especially when you are not at home. Keep the aquarium’s lid securely attached!


CAT TOYS SAVE YOUR FURNITURE AND WALLPAPER.


Yes, toys do not only improve the life of your cat, but also save your own household from being destroyed. Cats love to put their nails in almost everything. Instead of declawing (which you should never do!) you better give your pet a toy.
Once a kitten becomes a cat, the time it plays will slowly drop. But most felines never stop playing completely.

ADULT CATS NEED TOYS TOO. AND HOUSEBOUND CATS EVEN MORE.


Adult cats don’t play to learn, but mainly to enjoy themselves. It keeps them alert and it improves their physical condition.


Even pregnant cats play. You don't have to worry play will damage the kittens in her tummy. In general, pregnant queens know very well how to cope with pregnancy.


Offer your kitten and your adult cat every possibility to play. Buy a cat scratching post and make sure there are plenty of cat toys around.
Toys are also great cat gifts. Your cat will love it when you come home shopping and give it something new to play.


You can buy cat toys in every pet store. Online shops tend to have a larger assortment though. Following is a selection of toys, available at this amazon page. Purchasing from amazon is easy and secure, and they have a satisfaction guarantee.  

Cat Toys – Kittens Learn While  Adult Cats Enjoy Themselves

Cat toys keep your kitty active. In particularly cats that stay indoors need toys for enjoyment and exercise. Felines in the wild learn how to survive by playing. With housebound kittens it is just the same. For them there is not much difference between playing and hunting.


START BUILDING UP A COLLECTION OF CAT TOYS AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.


Once kittens are able to see and stand on their legs, they will start playing. A bit clumsy in the beginning, kittens will soon discover their possibilities.
You should encourage them. It will improve their coordination and boost their self-confidence.
Toys are not only for their learning and entertainment but it can get them adjusted to products that will improve their prowess and hunting skills - i.e. a scratching post. It doesn't always have to be a playful item, you could even get a water fountain for your cat to ensure they drink consistently and help maintain a healthy cat. It's always better to start them young!