Are you looking to reward your cat with treats, while they’re having fun at the same time? Sounds like an odd combination, doesn’t it? But it’s actually very doable, with our “Treat Ball.” For only $1.56, your cats will be shaking to the beat of treats dropping at their feet.
The “Treat Ball,” is mainly made from plastic materials. The top cover is can be detached, so you’d be able to put the treats inside. You can then attach it again to keep them inside, and only go out through the opening. The food dispenser’s diameter is 6cm, height is 8.6cm, with the hole being 1.5cm wide. It can help reduce anxious moods, and exercises your cat’s IQ.
- INTERACTIVE – The Bell in the Top Cover Encourages Your Cat to Shake the Treat Ball
- LOTS OF FUN – It’s a Good Way for Your Cat to Play
- DIET CONTROL – A Splendid Technique to Control Your Cat’s Diet
Cats are natural predators, and it’s best that we allow them to live out their instincts in a healthy way, right? That’s where rats, mice, and little animal-plushy toys come in. However, these toys often do not provide the live, moving stimulus that cats need. But for only $2.95, you’ll be able to give what your cat needs with this remote control mice toy.
The toy is mainly made up from plastic materials, and can run in a forward motion. It can perform backward turns as well, allowing you to tease your cat and let it make chase. Package weight is up to 100g, with a size dimension of 22 x 7.5 x 6cm. The mice toy’s power supply runs on 2, 1.5V AAA batteries.
- PORTABLE AND DURABLE – Lightweight, easy-to-carry, and resilient to damage
- REMOTE CONTROLLED – Use Remote to Control the Mice Toy’s Movements
- ADORABLE VARIETY – Comes in Grey, Brown, Black and White Colors
Do you want to help your cats keep their teeth sharp and healthy? If so, then this cute teeth grinding toy is definitely what you’re looking for. At only $3.14, you’d have found a way to aid in your cat’s dental health, in a fun and entertaining way.
The toy is made from high quality plush and PP (Polypropylene) cotton. It has a cute, and simple, design, with its exterior having a Terrycloth-esque appearance. Its width is around 4.5cm, while its length measures up to 10cm. It is soft and squishy, completely harmless for cats, and allows them to release stress.
- CATNIP TOY – Highly Attractive for Cats of All Kinds
- LIVELY VARIETY – Comes in Brown, Pink, Skyblue, Yellow Green and Pale Yellow
- CATS OF ALL AGE – Can be Used for Both Adult Cats and Kittens
We all know that cats go crazy for laser dots, right? They go all nuts, and chase the glowing red dot wherever it goes. But you know what’s better than a single red dot? A laser light in the shape of a mouse! For only $3.16, your cat will have fun chasing the proverbial mouse around your house!
The materials that this wonderful laser toy is made from are plastic and aluminum. It has an animation pattern of a mouse, which can be seen with great visibility. It’s length is at approximately 78mm in length and 13mm in diameter. The toy is powered by 3, LR927 button cell batteries.
- FUN & HEALTHY – Your cat gets both Entertainment and Exercise
- FELINE FRIENDLY – LED Light is Harmless to your Cat’s Eyes
- LONG-LASTING – Batteries are Long-Lasting and can be Used for Hours
Are you looking for a way to help your cats have a good time? Then boy do we have just the toy you’re looking for. This amusing, triple play disc cat toy gives your cat a challenging, yet fun way to help pass the time. For only $2, your cat will have a new favorite toy, one which they’ll be playing with all day.
The three layer claw ball cat toy comes in two different colors, which are green and orange. Materials that were used to create this fun this plaything are 100% brand new, and top quality, plastics as well. It has three different sizes, namely 25*14*16cm, and weighs in around 0.27 grams.
The toy is highly challenging, which is perfect for your constantly curious cats. They’ll having a good time trying to figure out how to get balls out of the disc, as the balls spin around the discs.
- TWO FUN SHADES – Comes in Green and Orange
- HIGHLY CHALLENGING – Perfect for Stimulating Your Cat’s Intelligence and Curiosity
- LIGHT WEIGHT – Very Easy to Lift and Carry
Despite their growing connections with gamers, programmers and other tech-savvy introverts, there are those who think computer and cat ownership is a disaster waiting to happen.
Sadly, they are not entirely wrong. Without precaution, a cat can do a lot of serious damage regardless if you have a desktop PC or a laptop. Cats that sit on keyboards might leave hair between the keys. The worst-case scenario is when cats spill liquids (usually from mugs or even their own urine) that cause serious damage to computers.
On the bright side, this isn’t any different from the usual dangers of cats knocking over other things in general. Therefore, the solution to having a cat in the same house as a computer isn’t all that different.
Step 1. Keep your cat off the desk/laptop as much as you can.
Unless you are taking that one silly picture of your cat sitting in front of your screen, it should be kept as far from it as possible. This will ensure any hair from falling through the keys and decreases the chances of your cat knocking anything over.
Some cat owners accomplish this by having a locked computer time in a room where the cat can’t enter. Others train their cat to stay off or even set a special space nearby where a cat can just jump on instead.
Step 2. Train cats to stay away from wires.
If it is just too difficult to keep your cat away, then train them to keep off the wires. Things like these can be tempting for curious kitties, leading to situations where they will attempt to paw, bite and tangle the wires.
Alternatively, you can also organize the wires by bunching them up and putting them further out of your cat’s reach (or at least protect them from scratches).
Step 3. Balance computer time with play time.
Naturally, you don’t want your cat thinking that you have neglected it in favor of playing games or working on your desk. Take a break from the screen and play with it for a while! While cats generally don’t need as much physical affection as dogs, it is a good call all the same.
It also extends to your usual duties of feeding cats and cleaning out their litter box. Some cats might actually rebel if they make a connection between disrupting your computer time with getting your attention.
Step 4. Make a habit of completely turning the computer off.
Owners should not underestimate the warmth of a running computer from the perspective of a cat. In cool and air-conditioned rooms, the warmth of a running unit can be very tempting for cats to next to.
Always keep your units off as much as possible. This will discourage cats from developing the habit of keeping themselves warm by it.
You’d think people would share fewer cat pictures on the internet if our furry friends were such a hazard to computers. But with the right precautions and a little common sense, owning both is hardly a big dilemma.