Features

July 2011 Issue

Videos To Entertain the Indoor Cat

You want him living safely inside, but he craves some action. Here’s a solution that will hopefully satisfy both of you.

A bored cat is likely an unhappy cat. Just like humans, cats need stimulation; and when left on their own too long, they can experience loneliness and even depression. An unhappy cat may lose or gain weight, stop grooming itself, or become destructive. And a cat with nothing to do will often sleep the day away instead of getting needed exercise. For those of us who must leave our pets alone for long hours while at work or elsewhere, the solution is only a click away: Turn on the TV and put on a cat movie.

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