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Aeschylus
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Aeschylus

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    1. Aeschylus
      Aeschylus
      Hi; just saw your message. Maybe it depends on the age of the cat - mine are still quite small: 12 weeks and 14 weeks. They still get tired after about an hour of play, but they also play with each other, so I suppose that tires them out too. If your cat's still playing after an hour, she must be lots of fun!
    2. AnnaRC
      AnnaRC
      Hi there :) I saw your post in Lennypie thread. Why do you ask if after playing for an hour the cat will go to sleep or still want more play? I ask because my cat can play for an hour and still want more ( however she is an only cat and only 1year old ).
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    Seems to involve a lot of reading.
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