Top 7 Home Exercises for Your Cat

Chase the String

Use a wand toy with a string or feather to entice your cat to chase and pounce, providing exercise and mental stimulation.

Interactive Toys

Invest in interactive toys like puzzle feeders or treat-dispensing toys to engage your cat's hunting instincts.

Laser Pointer Fun

Use a laser pointer to create a game of chase for your cat, but always end with a physical toy to satisfy their need to catch something.

Cardboard Box Adventures

Provide empty boxes for your cat to explore and hide in, creating a fun and stimulating environment.

Vertical Climbing

Set up cat trees or shelves at different heights to encourage climbing and provide exercise for your cat's muscles.

Feather Wand Play

Wiggle a feather wand toy to mimic the movement of prey, enticing your cat to jump and play.

Sensory Playtime

Create a sensory play area with catnip, crinkly toys, and different textures to engage your cat's senses.

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