Puff was a very handsome creamsicle fluffsicle!
She's very, very lovely and yes, such soft and lustrous coat! Sparkle balls, crinkle balls -- a nice variety of toys which we love, too!Maggie is a bird watcher today. She likes to chatter at our little humming bird friends. Lol (apologize for the stuff on the floor... between Zoe and Maggie there is ALWAYS chinchilla bedding or hay no matter how much you sweep, especially at 5am when both want to party.)View attachment 181230 View attachment 181231 View attachment 181232 View attachment 181234
Yes, very nice fur indeed. Never felt a cat that mimicked a rex rabbit before.She's very, very lovely and yes, such soft and lustrous coat! Sparkle balls, crinkle balls -- a nice variety of toys which we love, too!
Look at that wide-eyed beauty!Yes, very nice fur indeed. Never felt a cat that mimicked a rex rabbit before.
Ha! Maggie hates crinkle balls and she doesn't care for catnip but she does like her strawberry flirt pole, ping pong ball and her sparkle ball. Occasionally she will show interest in other toys like her green fuzzy ball or her stuffy toys.
I'm currently looking into other options for catnip, if any or something else that she would really enjoy. I'm thinking of trying the Pet Zone Fly By Spinner or a crinkle tunnel. Possibly both.
We've had that one for over a month and I haven't really used it much with her because she seems a bit "eh" when it comes to that toy. Probably age. I'll take it out this weekend and see if she will have more interest now that she seems to be focused on prey animals more lately.Look at that wide-eyed beauty!
Well, the one toy that almost every cat seems to LOVE is da Bird. It's a wand-type toy with feathery lure and the lure is, of course, replaceable. Cats highly recommend it.
I have not used one of those types of window perches because I don't trust them either for the cats, who may be large and jumping, but also for the integrity of the windows. My window perches affix to the window sills and have brackets that face the wall below the sill. I actually affixed one of the perches to the sill with screws, because my Maine Coon man, who was fairly large, used it a lot and it used to fall before I did this. If it ever needs to be taken down, the holes can easily be filled in with wood putty and then painted.View attachment 181624 Maggie and I open the cutrains everyday at 5am JUST so she can watch the birdies.
I seen some window ledges that you can stick on glass... has anyone used them? What about the bird feeder cat window?
We have a humming bird feeder that she watches and we have disgusting pigeons. I'm trying to figure out if we can deture them and attract other types of birds in, but doubt that. Lol