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 Post subject: Re: Games to play
PostPosted: Mon Aug 31, 2015 5:26 pm 
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Kittens have the sharpest claws, period! So thankful Raiden has never used his on me or his teeth!


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 Post subject: Re: Games to play
PostPosted: Tue Sep 01, 2015 7:16 am 
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They sure do have sharp claws!! I wish someone would have told me befor i got them NOT to let them play with me! I thought since they were so young that they were still learning how to use their claws, and i thought they would eventually stop using them while playing...silly me!! They occasionally try to get my foot/leg but I make them stop. My feet and legs are no more toys!!

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 Post subject: Re: Games to play
PostPosted: Fri Sep 04, 2015 6:00 pm 
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I was just going to post a thread asking this very question! I really want to get mine a cat wheel but i dont have room anywhere at the minute and other than the danglies they dont really have anything else that they love. I have bought them other things that they arent interested in anymore (mostly) so i was hoping for some suggestions. I just bought an ipad app - great idea, hopefully that will go well. The thing that excites mine the most though is rolling up any tin foil that has been used for cooking (clean side out) and letting them bat that around the kitchen for 20 minutes - they love it!

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 Post subject: Re: Games to play
PostPosted: Fri Sep 04, 2015 6:34 pm 
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zakadoh wrote:
I was just going to post a thread asking this very question! I really want to get mine a cat wheel but i dont have room anywhere at the minute and other than the danglies they dont really have anything else that they love. I have bought them other things that they arent interested in anymore (mostly) so i was hoping for some suggestions. I just bought an ipad app - great idea, hopefully that will go well. The thing that excites mine the most though is rolling up any tin foil that has been used for cooking (clean side out) and letting them bat that around the kitchen for 20 minutes - they love it!


If you put away toys for a while and then bring them back out again, you may find their interest is rekindled. Rotate them as they do get bored quickly.

My two boys love their combat tunnel if you don't have one already. Again, I'll get it out for a couple of weeks and then put it away again when they stop playing with it. But you can throw balls and springs through it which they'll chase and they'll chase and ambush each other, really great to watch!

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 Post subject: Re: Games to play
PostPosted: Fri Sep 04, 2015 6:38 pm 
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Dya know I had forgotten that I do have one of those in the cupboard. I had to put it away because when they were really little Maasai kept weeing in it. Time to give it another go I think. They are now both completely engrossed in the ipad app 'game for cats' I just bought - such a good idea!

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 Post subject: Re: Games to play
PostPosted: Sat Sep 05, 2015 6:32 am 
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You should have seen what my two girls did with a tin foil ball. A huge mess they ripped it into tiny pieces all over the place. They do the same with a tissue so I have to hide the tissue box.

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PostPosted: Sat Sep 05, 2015 9:21 am 
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Oh yeah mine will demolish a full kitchen roll and distribute it around the house in minutes if they get the chance!

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 Post subject: Re: Games to play
PostPosted: Sat Sep 05, 2015 10:07 am 
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These I pad apps intrigue me. I cannot help thinking that the ipad would get damaged with a full size bengal hitting on it??????

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 Post subject: Re: Games to play
PostPosted: Sat Sep 05, 2015 12:54 pm 
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These I pad apps intrigue me. I cannot help thinking that the ipad would get damaged with a full size bengal hitting on it??????


I downloaded one and they were totally uninterested! Looked at me like I was mad...

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 Post subject: Re: Games to play
PostPosted: Sat Sep 05, 2015 3:24 pm 
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I've got two apps for cats on my iPad as well. I'm the only one who plays them. Raiden looks at the screen like it's crazy! Raiden is only interested in the end of the wand -- not the end with the toy, the other end. If you swish it around on the carpet, he goes nuts! He has balls -- some light up, some don't. He has catnip mice. He has interactive toys with balls. He has Da Bird, Neko dragonfly, crinkly balls that make noise, ping pong balls (I've never known a cat to turn those down). He wants nothing to do with them. I can use the laser light for about 10 seconds until he realizes he can't catch the light. Raiden loves to play and we have several seasons a day, but swishing a wand around is not my idea of fun! I even have that electronic thing with a wand. He will step on it and stop it and walk away! I've spent money on cat toys that he's never even looked at.

I chalk it up to the fact this his previous owner for 6 years never played with him. Now Raiden will chase a baby squirrel or catch a bird or mouse that it in his enclosure. But I bought a battery operated mouse that moves on its own and Raiden is not interested.


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