Cats are independent creatures and will only join in to play on their terms and their timeline!”
Your cat is a born hunter, just like their big cat cousins in the wild. By playing with your cat, you’ll be helping them practise their instinctive hunting abilities – plus it’s a great way to keep them fit … not mention simply spending quality time having fun with your feline friend.
Your cat’s natural hunting instinct means they'll be fascinated by anything that resembles prey.
Playtime is very rewarding, but remember that cats are a lot harder to please than dogs. The best way to get your cat interested is to make them think it was their idea to play all along!
Your cat loves to play at hunting, but they also enjoys exploring their territory. By providing your cat with places to climb inside the house, you’ll be giving them plenty of opportunities for exercise and stimulation, even when there are no toys around.
Some cats actually enjoy a game of 'fetch' just as much as dogs.
Your cat might even encourage you to chase them around. Some cats do this every day at a certain time – usually at night, when they're just waking up properly.