What Cat Toys Should You Buy for Your Cat?

cat toys on a string

Most cats are always finding random items around your house to play with.  They seem to be amused by string or some type of resemblance to yarn.  You could put a cat in a room with absolutely nothing in it and they would still find a way to keep themselves occupied.  Sometimes you need to be aware of the fact that they like to climb things.  Your curtains being one of them.  Snags and rips turn into screams and cries!  You don’t want to be mad at your kitty and you definitely don’t want to cry over shredded curtains.  Why put you and your cat through a difficult time like that?  Just grab them some cat toys and you guys should be all set.  The question is:  Which cat toys would your cat like the best?

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