If you think your attention span is bad, your cat has it a thousand times worse. Why else would they dart around your house aimlessly with glazed eyes like a madman? You can just live with their weirdness if you want, but it's a lot easier to deal if you actually play with your cat.
There are way too many toys to choose from out there, which is why we consulted Amazon to find out what the best-selling cat toys are and what makes them so appealing.
Here's that list so you can figure out how to keep your furry buddy from destroying your valuables.
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Grooming your kitty can be tough if it doesn't care for the feel of a brush, but this self-groomer can help to solve that problem. Use it as is, or spray a bit of catnip on it and watch them rub all over it. Less hair for you to clean up!Price at Amazon: $16.37
5) Mylar Balls
These crinkly little balls are heaven for a cat who enjoys batting things around (and don't they all). Unlike most other toys, you can drop them on the ground and your cat will do the rest of the work. If hearing noises at three a.m. isn't your thing, though, you might want to take them away before you turn in for the night.Price on Amazon: $6.03
Cats need things to scratch to sharpen their claws, since it's their instinct to have them ready to go to defend themselves in the wild. This can be frustrating if their item of choice is your door frames or table legs. Give them a solid scratcher, like this one, if you'd like to avoid that problem.Price on Amazon: $5.79
7) Weazel BallThanks to the help of a AA battery, this ball will roll itself all over your house, dragging a furry weasel in tow. Your cats will be intrigued, and the weasel will soon be decimated, but it kept them from clawing your curtains for a few hours, right?
Price on Amazon: $6.45
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