Cat Toys: How to Use Them

“Safe” Toys

Be Cautious

Things that are usually the most attractive to cats are often the very things that are the most dangerous. Cat-proof your home.


Active Toys

  • Balls, with or without bells inside.
  • Paper bags
  • Sisal-wrapped toys
  • Empty cardboard rolls from toilet paper and paper towels 


  • Plain catnip
  • Catnip sprays
  • Fresh catnip
  • Cat nip bubbles

Get The Most Out Of Toys!

  • Rotate your cat’s toys weekly by making only four or five toys available at a time.
  • Keep a variety of types accessible. 

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