Cats have a reputation for being independent and low-maintenance. But they benefit physically and mentally from playing with their owners every day. Here are six reasons you need to play with your cat regularly.
If your cat is one of the 50 percent that's indifferent to catnip, try valerian root. It contains two compounds that attract cats — actinidine and valerenic acid. Valerian root can transform your lazy, fat cat into an exercise machine.
With slightly-crossed baby blues, stubby legs, and pinkish-black jellybeans, Nala has pawed her way into the hearts of 4.3 million people — earning the Guinness World Record for the Most Popular Cat on Instagram.
Every cat has its own blended personality — so no two cats play the same. But that doesn’t mean there aren’t five playstyles that your feline might use. Ready to add pizzazz to your cat’s playtime? Take this quiz.
Did you know that playtime is just as important for our cats as daily walks are for dogs? Playtime is essential for an indoor cat's mental and physical health and without it they're bound to get into something they shouldn't through no fault of their own. Even the most pampered house cat still has the basic feline instinct to hunt and the best way to partake in this natural behavior is through play. Playtime is also an important component in keeping your cat healthy and happy by providing....