Tips for Playing with Your Cat

Use wand toys, balls, and other toys your cat can chase and pounce on to tap into their prey drive.

Interactive Toys

Puzzles and balls that dispense treats and kibble engage your cat's natural hunting instincts.

Food Puzzles

Incorporate catnip toys and sprinkling catnip to spark energetic playtime.


Teach your cat tricks and play hide-and-seek to engage their intelligence.

Training Games

Make toys move unpredictably to allow your cat to practice stalking and capturing "prey" during play.

Mimic Prey 

Vigorous evening play sessions help curb nocturnal behavior and nighttime mischief.

Play Before Bed  

Rotate toys frequently to prevent boredom and incorporate both solo and interactive play.

Mix It Up

Reasons Your Cat Follows You Around