Various pet shops offer
a very rich variety of cat toys made of latex, vinyl, leather and many
more inedible materials. They have the shape of dumbbells, sausages,
ladybirds, lollipops, huge balls, peanuts, and even mice. Proud cat
owners give them to their pets as presents for birthday, Chrismas and
any other possible occasions. The problem is that all the toys have
been designed by humans and cats ignore these strange inventions or
leave them for their owners to play with.
Thanks God, an average
household is full of other toys, which seem to be much more suitable
for the purposes of cat entertainment. Let's check it out!
Light switcher - you may switch
the light on with a single movement of your paw.
Clock - you may move hands, stop
Lavatory - you may pull the lever
and listen to the bubbling noise.
Toilet tissue - you may check how
much is left.
Shower - you may turn the tap with
either hot or cold water.
Soap - you may push it down the
floor to the living room.
Dishwasher - you may turn
"the full cycle".
Broom - you may always eat the
Vacuum cleaner - you may empty the
bag and watch the dust spread.
Fire alarm and bulgrar alarm - you
may trigger it off and wait for the police and fire brigade.
Dustbin - you may throw the cover
down, pour the dinner out and choose something yummie for a snack.
Oven - an excellent place to sleep
Mixer - you may switch it on and
observe it spinning.
Pillows - you may carry them to
Umbrella - you may open it.
Hair dryer - you may check where
the heat comes from.
Telephone - you may take the
handset off the receiver hook.
Typewriter - you may write a
All the house doors - you may open
From all these toys, none is so well
designed to please a bored cat as a cat owner himself (or herself).
What to say? The toy is big, versatile, with elements that move in
almost any direction. Moreover, you get it ready to use, and if you
jump on it - makes a real lot of interesting sounds and moves.