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Old 22-07-2009, 11:50 AM
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Re: How much time do cats and kittens need in play time?

Sorry to ask another question related to this but how do I keep her happy when it rains? Normalyl I can keep her happy by going outside on the leash and stuff. Tried to play with her this morning and didn't have much interest. She was also meaner than normal. It's probably the kitten still being too crazy for her, but do I just leave her alone? I hate seeing her look so bored . We leave toys out that she has played with before, but no interest? She did play a little lazer this morning which was nice though.

I'm just wondering if I need to trying harder to play with her or just let her be.

Thanks!
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Old 22-07-2009, 05:45 PM
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Re: How much time do cats and kittens need in play time?

I would say the same as Free Spirit...the laser pen. Don't know any cat that could resist it!

Like free spirit my indoor cat has the track and the pop up play cube along with lots of other things to occupy her. Her favourite thing being the pop up play cube or a plain cardboard box. My daughter turned a cardboard box into a castle for Dolly...she loved it!
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Old 22-07-2009, 07:04 PM
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Re: How much time do cats and kittens need in play time?

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I would say the same as Free Spirit...the laser pen. Don't know any cat that could resist it!

Like free spirit my indoor cat has the track and the pop up play cube along with lots of other things to occupy her. Her favourite thing being the pop up play cube or a plain cardboard box. My daughter turned a cardboard box into a castle for Dolly...she loved it!
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Hahah that's fun, going to have to get those!
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Old 23-07-2009, 08:41 AM
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Re: How much time do cats and kittens need in play time?

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Sorry to ask another question related to this but how do I keep her happy when it rains? Normalyl I can keep her happy by going outside on the leash and stuff. Tried to play with her this morning and didn't have much interest. She was also meaner than normal. It's probably the kitten still being too crazy for her, but do I just leave her alone? I hate seeing her look so bored . We leave toys out that she has played with before, but no interest? She did play a little lazer this morning which was nice though.

I'm just wondering if I need to trying harder to play with her or just let her be.

Thanks!
I would say let her be. They are very good at amusing themselves and don't need constant attention from you. When she wants it, she won't be shy about letting you know
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Old 23-07-2009, 01:08 PM
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Re: How much time do cats and kittens need in play time?

Thanks again everyone, going to give this a shot and try spending so much of my time playing/going outside with them.

Is it going to be hard to break my cat out of our previous habits?
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