Catwise Playtime Reminders

An excerpt from Cat vs. Cat: Keeping Peace When You Have More Than One Cat

Things to remember:

• Set the stage

• Very the types of toys

• Observe each cat's hunting preferences

• Alternate between fast and slow movements

• Let the "prey" hide and quiver so your cat can plan his attack

• Let your cat capture his prey

• Wind the action down as the game ends

• Let the cat enjoy that last great capture

Optional: Offer a treat after the play session

• Store interactive toys in a safe place


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Reprinted from Cat vs. Cat: Keeping Peace When You Have More Than One Cat by Pam Johnson-Bennett © 2004. Permission granted by Penguin Putnam.


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