Your cute little kitten is ready to hunt at all times.
If she picks up the right combination of movement and sound, she'll find it hard to resist pouncing. It's a great idea to indulge this natural instinct so she doesn't start pouncing on you, your clothes or your furniture!
Play is an essential daily activity – especially for indoor cats. Spending time with her is a wonderful way to bond – and it’ll keep her mind and body healthy and active too. Here are some great ways you can use play to provide stimulation for your little one.
Your playful little kitten will love all kinds of toys including catnip mice and sacks, bouncy balls, balls filled with toys, feathers and anything on a string. She’ll especially love anything that you can make move, twitch or disappear out of sight! You won’t have to play with your kitten for very long before she starts displaying all her natural hunting instincts as she stalks and pounces on her toys.
During playtime, don't forget to let your kitten win every few rounds. If you don’t, she’ll get quickly frustrated that she can't satisfy her natural hunting instincts.