Best Friends: Cat Enrichment: Toys, Puzzles, Aromatherapy and More


February 9, 2021

Providing for your cat’s mental well-being is just as important as providing for her physical well-being. So, meeting your cat’s mental and emotional needs helps her to lead a fulfilling life and have fewer behavior issues, and also allows you to forge a stronger bond with her.

How do you provide enrichment for your cat? There are a number of ways, such as giving her a variety of toys, providing perches, training and playing games with your cat, and much more.

Click on the image for further information on self-play toys for cats, food puzzles, interactive toys, using vertical space, catteries and catios, aromatherapy and more!



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