HI all! I'm back seeking advice once again. You've always been so great before! I have a long-term foster cat that has issues. She is profoundly visually impaired, has invisible friends (and some invisible enemies), and is prone to spells of aggression. (hence her foster status - she attacked too many volunteers at the local shelter.) She is doing well in our home (has been with us over a year) but the aggression escalates when there are changes in the household, even minor ones. She won't even come out of hiding for food or for her litter box. If I don't bring them to the room with her, she'll go without. We tried pheromones, but they backfired. They didn't help blind kitty, but did attract my two other cats (that she usually gets along with) to the same room with her, which agitated her more. I've tried Lickz paw-gel, which helps a little, but not enough. Long story short, I've been working on confidence-building with her, hoping that it will ultimately help with fear aggression (and have seen modest results so far). I prefer automated toys for now because she'll go after people and hands when she's destabilized. I'm seeing some progress with a lazer tower. But would like to add more variety (I'm afraid she'll get bored with it, and I want to keep the confidence growing). She likes sparkly puff-balls. Her vision makes it hard to give her very fast-moving toys - she can't track them. The hexbug was a failure for this. (That and it got stuck under furniture.) What have you had good luck with?