Top 7 Tips for Cat Safety and Entertainment 

Cat-Proof Your Home

Ensure your home is safe for your cat by removing hazards like toxic plants, small objects, and chemicals.

Quality Toys and Playtime

Invest in interactive toys and set aside dedicated playtime to keep your cat mentally and physically stimulated.

Window Entertainment

Place a window perch for your cat to watch birds, cars, or outdoor activities, providing visual stimulation.

Puzzle Feeders

Use puzzle feeders to dispense treats or kibble, encouraging your cat to work for their food.

Scratching Posts

Provide cat trees and scratching posts to fulfill your cat's natural instincts and keep them entertained.

Music or TV

Play calming music or videos designed for cats to alleviate loneliness and boredom.

Pet Sitters or Neighbors

Consider hiring a pet sitter or asking a trustworthy neighbor to check on your cat and provide companionship.

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