Talk about determination! This adorable cat doesn't let something as inconsequential as a closed door (or 5 closed doors) stop him (her?) from getting outside. With summer well on the way, we can certainly relate to the need to get outside this weekend. Have a great one, everybody!
Off to the farmer's market or the park this weekend? Stow your stuff in this funky and roomy tote from Etsy seller Los Pajaritos. Featuring an inquisitive-looking kitty, this organic cotton tote is perfect for stowing and going.
It took both Penny and Lyle no time at all to figure out the source of these laser beams, but that didn't stop them from enjoying the FroliCat Dart Duo. Admittedly, these two are the smarter, more wily, hunters of the bunch, but the noise the toy makes (it isn't loud, but there is a noise) scared off my other cats who might have fallen for its tricks.
The random rotating feature really did lure the cats in, and it kept them well-entertained as long as I had it on. The operating instructions warn about the danger of the laser affecting both cat and human eyes, but the angle of projection on the lasers (combined with the cats' natural curiosity) made it an inevitablity that the laser would shine in their eyes at some point. Something to consider, for sure.
The FroliCat Dart gets points for absolute ease of setup (just pop batteries in and go), and for style (the sleek machine won't junk up your space), but loses points for the noise the toy makes while in operation, and the laser-in-the-eye potential.
Time to spoil the cats with some homemade goodies! These Chewy Cat Treats from Joy the Baker are the perfect way to show your love (and undisputed kitchen prowess). The recipe is flexible enough that you can adjust it to suit any dietary requirements or finicky feline eaters. It's always nice to know exactly what goes into the food your pets are eating, and making your own treats is one way to do so. A fun project for a Saturday afternoon that your cat will thank you for!