Are you a feline lover at heart? Do you have a pet that you treat like part of the family? Are you constantly looking for tips on how to take better of your cat? If you want to know the secret to having a healthy and happy feline, then you need to make sure the beloved feline gets all the exercise that it needs. Though there are some people who think that it’s just normal for a cat to lazily lounge around for the most part of the day, it’s actually just a reflection of how lazy or inattentive the pet owner really is.
Contrary to popular belief, cats like to move around just as much as dogs. Though it may not seem that obvious, felines like physical and mental stimulation and attention just as much as any other animal. Since different cats have different ways of keeping themselves entertained, one needs to study the specific breed in order to determine what it likes. Take the time understanding your pet a bit more and it will be much easier to know what he/she really wants and needs. Scratch and Purr
Exercise can do wonders for your lovable fur ball. Putting him/her through a regular exercise routine will not only prevent diseases, but it will also ensure that he/she develops strong and lean muscles. If you’re thinking of giving your cat an exercise regimen, try not to overwhelm or force your pet into a routine that it just isn’t used to. You can start it off by introducing a cat toy ball in its area. You really don’t have to do much to convince him/her to play with it as it is a part of a feline’s nature to be inquisitive. The key is to take it slow so you’re pet has time to develop a positive mindset towards the ball. Don’t do anything that will make it feel like its being pressured into playing with it.
The great thing about this cat toy ball is that it can provide the pet with hours and hours of entertainment. Not only is it considered to be an effective tool in stimulating the pet physically, but the right toy ball can also provide the right mental stimulation. Since the toy ball comes in a wide array of different colours and materials, make sure to look for one that would suit the cat best. Avoid using just any regular ball as there are some that may turn out to be dangerous for their health.