We always hear about how we need to keep dogs active and keep their minds challenged with puzzles or jobs. But rarely do you hear people talk about the need to keep your cats active and their minds challenged. That is until you own one and find yourself standing in the cat toy aisle wondering what magical toy can keep your cat from chewing cords and attempting to scale the walls as if they were trees (oh, is that just my cat? Hmm…).
One of the first investments I made for my younger cat was a water fountain. She was a feral when I took her in and I often found her standing with her front paws in the water dish and scooting it around the floor and drinking the water that was splashing up. If she could have looked up at me and said “HINT, HINT!” I think she would have. But both of my cats love our water fountain and drink from it far more than a stagnant bowl of water.
However, the challenges with my young feral did not end there. I soon found myself buying every toy I could find in an attempt to keep her occupied and therefore less destructive. I just kept thinking “I swear I adopted a kitten, not a puppy! What is going on here?” And then one day I found myself standing in the cat toy aisle staring at all of the toys trying to find one that my cat had not already destroyed, when I ran into someone else with the same exasperated look on their face. That was when I realized that it was not just my crazy cat that had an energy that just could not be harnessed. I made it my mission to find not just toys, but interactive toys and toys that we could play with together to keep her brain stimulated. There are now fewer chewed cords and torn couches, although there is still some attempted wall climbing, but overall it is a much better environment for me, my senior cat, and my younger cat.
So now for the good part! The FREE stuff you have all been waiting for!! We are giving away a complete Catit Feeding Station. It will include a Catit Fresh & Clear Drinking Fountain, the matching placemat, and the Catit Design Senses Treat Maze.
Here is what you have to do to win:
That’s it! Each of these is worth one entry in our giveaway. Entries must be received by Thursday, February 2, 2012. The winner will be chosen at random after the entry time expires.
*The fine print. You have to be within the US so that we can ship your prize package to you.