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If you're like virtually every owner of a cat, your favorite thing to do with your cat is to play around. Unfortunately, sometimes you don't have enough time to dedicate to keeping them occupied when they need attention the most. Fortunately there are many cat toys that you can leave with your kitty to keep them busy while you're away. Here are some of the best toys for you to choose from. For more information please visit Catnip Expert immediately.

1. Scratching post made of cardboard. – Cats love scratching but not for the reason that they want to destroy expensive furnishings and equipments. Scratching at things is a form of marking scents for cats and a form of exercise as they get to stretch their bodies. Scratching posts now come in different materials and the greatest scratching post will depend on what material the cat likes best. A scratching post made of cardboard material is the cheapest, though. Because this type of scratching post has many holes, cats will easily get a smell of the catnip and will instantly be attracted to it. They will not only use this as a clawing object, but they will surely love jumping and climbing over it.

2. Bag or ball containing catnip – Cats will surely love this. Aside from the aroma of the catnip, they will love going after this toy. They can beat it, scratch it, chase it and even bite the toy. Pushing and running after the ball will exercise those overweight and lazy cats. Pet owners will surely love this toy as it will keep cats active, busy and happy. This toy is also useful in cat training because of the catnip it contains.

3. Catnip plant. – This would really be the best gift for a cat. The catnip will always attract the cat to it. It is a small plant and cat will love rolling over it. Aside from feeling great because of the aphrodisiac effect of the catnip on plants, the cat will love its moment outdoors.

When buying toys for cats, a pet owner should make sure that the toy is very safe and free of small choking hazards. A safe toy containing catnip will surely be a sure treat for these cuddly pets.

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