Engage your indoor cat in interactive play using toys like feather wands and puzzle feeders. Stimulate their natural hunting instincts.
Create a dynamic living space with cat trees, shelves, and hiding spots. These provide opportunities for climbing, exploring, and resting.
Provide puzzle feeders and interactive toys to challenge your cat's mind. This mental stimulation keeps them engaged and satisfied.
Introduce new toys and rotate them regularly. This prevents boredom and keeps your cat curious and entertained.
Place window perches or shelves near windows. Cats love observing birds and outdoor activities, providing mental stimulation.
Offer catnip and cat grass for sensory enrichment. These plants provide safe and enjoyable stimulation for your indoor cat.
Consider adopting a playmate or companion cat. Interaction with other cats can provide social and mental stimulation.