We get oodles of letters from customers who tell us that their cats go absolutely loopy and bonkers over our Cat Faeries Catnip toys. We enjoy hearing from our customers and we love getting photos of cats at play with our toys! These photos are always a total riot and they mean so much to us!
Leaps & Bounds Lobster with Catnip Cat Toy, 4.5" L X 2" W
Spanning several of our categories, this toy has it all. It’s a ball attached to feathers, filled with catnip and a material that crinkles. Even the most discerning cat won’t be able to resist all of those features. The price is right, too. The feathers should provide an interesting flight pattern as you throw the ball to your cat. You can also use the feathers to drag the ball away from them while you play. It has a little bit of everything.
Petstages Cuddle Catnip Cat Toy, 12" L X 5" W X 2.5" H
A small green crab apple is the perfect temptation for cats who like smaller and round toys to bat and carry in their mouth. The shape is perfect for zipping across the floor with kitty in hot pursuit!
Leaps & Bounds Feathered Fish Cat Toy with Catnip, 4.5" Length
Finish the cat toy by sewing the opening with a running stitch. Be sure all of the polyester fiber stays inside the fleece case. Tie a knot at the end ... Cat ´n Around toys by Imperial Cat appeal to your cat's senses. Our smart, engaging toys satisfy a cat's instinctual desire to hunt. Our catnip toys are stuffed with potent all-natural catnip. All of which have been tested by our team of office cats with their approval! Clever Cat ´n Around toys cater to a cat's playful side and provide hours of stimulation and fun. Durable, long lasting materials and premium all-natural catnip keep cats coming back for more. From interactive wand teasers to plush and refillable toys, Cat ´n Around toys captivate cats and kick boredom out the door!Cat toys come in a wide variety of styles, but there are a few categories that continually emerge as favorites. Here we’ve collected five example of five different categories of toys: balls, catnip toys, toys with feathers, mice and other prey animals, and scratching posts and playgrounds. These are all tried-and-true toy types which can add a new dimension to your cat’s environment and pique their interest. The Human Society of the United States recommends that you make a rotation of your cat’s toys to keep them interesting. Only keep a few out at a time, then switch them the next week. When you do, make sure they have one of each type of toy, including at least a couple that you use with them, since domestic cats enjoy bonding activities with their humans.