What games can you play with your cat indoors? Check out these budget friendly and easy games to play with cats, using items you already have around your home.
Play hide and seek and unleash the predatory nature of your cats… Just try and keep track of who’s turn it is to hide – as it might get confusing in all the fun!
So all you need is toilet paper rolls, sticky tape and a flat piece of cardboard – here we are using a cereal box cut to size. Then get some tape and stick together as shown, whilst trying not to tape your fingers to the cardboard!
Once constructed , hide treats as desired. Then wait and see if your cat wants to try and get the treats out with their paw. Results may vary!
Cats just love sitting in boxes as we all know. However, keep scrolling to find out what to do when they get a bit bored of just sitting in it…
Try making a maze made out of cardboard. I have included my top secret blueprint plans of a maze to help you in your efforts. Or of course you could just make long tunnel that goes around the room.
Not a DIY item I know, but you can download one and start playing straight away and there are lots of free (or really cheap) games for pets available.
All you need is some crackly foil (or cellophane) anything that makes a crinkle noise. Make a lose ball and put into an old sock (that odd one at the back of the drawer will do) and optionally add catnip for lots of stimulating fun!
Well that should keep your
human I mean cat occupied for a while! If you are still looking for some entertainment why not check out more from my blog. Enjoy!