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National style cat bed STC1687
It has unique design, the printing can be customized.The base is very stable for cat to rest.View More Get A Quote
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A variety of natural materials give small animals more options to chew and play with. Interact with them with toys and get into their world.
Our small animal toys are made of 100% natural materials, including apple wood, natural wood, pine cones, rattan seagrass, corn leaf and more, with excellent sturdiness and durability as well as excellent safety, full of sunshine and natural flavors.And can let your pets get rid of the boredom of daily life, keep them active and prevent depression, these toys provide the perfect opportunity for small rodents to play and exercise.Besides, toys can promoting digestion & help grind teeth - No longer have to worry about pet digestion and inflammation caused by overgrown teeth.
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Improving a cat's intelligence is a key aspect of cat toys design. Through clever design, cat toys can stimulate your cat's ability to think, solve problems and learn. Educational balls and educational toys The design of puzzle balls and some intellectual toys usually includes some parts that can be opened or disassembled to contain snack rewards for cats. Cats need to use some clever moves to open or unlock these structures to get rewards. This design stimulates cats' desire to explore and problem-solving abilities, helping them perform cognitive training and improve their intelligence while playing. interactive toys Some interactive toys require the cat to interact with the toy to trigger sound or light effects. This design requires cats to understand the relationship between their own behavior and feedback, thereby cultivating their thinking and judgment abilities. Through constant trying and learning, cats can gradually master the skills of interacting with toys and improve their intelligence. hidden toys Some toys are designed with structures that can hide food, such as balls with hidden holes or dolls with gaps. This design encourages cats to find and access hidden food through sniffing, touching and using their paws. This activity not only exercises the cat's perception and touch, but also requires them to think and act strategically, thereby improving their intelligence. Stimulate hunting instinct Hunting is the nature of cats. Toys that simulate the hunting process can stimulate cats’ hunting instinct. For example, some toys with stimulants, such as silverdragon, catnip, etc., can arouse cats' strong interest. In the process of interacting with these toys, cats need to use their intelligence to capture and play, thereby improving their ability to think and learn. An interactive intellectual game between humans and cats Some interactive games that require the owner's participation, such as using a laser pointer to guide the cat, playing with spring toys, etc., can enhance the interaction between the owner and the cat. Through the guidance and interaction of the owner, the cat needs to understand the owner's actions and respond quickly, improving its sensitivity to external changes and the ability to make quick decisions.View More
Improving cats' responsiveness is an important goal in cat toy design. By rationally selecting and using cat toys, your cat's ability to perceive, judge and respond quickly can be stimulated. Visual stimulation and sports pursuit Many cat toys are designed to be brightly colored and attractively shaped objects that draw a cat's visual interest. By using moving toys, such as small balls suspended from high places, pulled ropes, etc., the cat's desire to chase can be quickly aroused. During the chase, the cat needs to constantly adjust its body posture and quickly judge the position and movement trajectory of the toy, thereby improving its movement coordination and reaction speed. Sound stimulation Some cat toys have built-in sound-making devices, such as bells or dolls that make sounds when shaken. This design can arouse the cat's hearing sensitivity and stimulate its response to sounds. Cats listen to the sounds made by toys and quickly determine the source and direction of the sounds, thereby enhancing their auditory perception and reaction speed. Introduction of intellectual toys Educational toys are often designed with complex structures and mechanisms, such as puzzle balls that hide food or toys that need to be unlocked. Cats need to use some clever operations, such as flipping switches and pressing buttons, to get the rewards in the toys. Such a design not only improves the cat's intelligence level, but also encourages it to quickly learn and adapt to new environments, thereby enhancing its sensitivity to the things around it and its ability to respond quickly. interactive toys Some interactive toys that require the owner's participation, such as using a laser pointer to guide the cat, pulling elastic ropes, etc., can make the cat chase and react quickly through the owner's guidance. This interaction not only promotes communication between the cat and its owner, but also enhances the cat's sensitivity to external changes and its ability to make quick decisions when quickly responding to the owner's actions. Use toys that are flexible To prevent cats from reacting habitually to toys, you can change or rotate different toys regularly. This approach can stimulate the cat's curiosity about new things, force it to adapt and quickly adapt to new toys, thereby improving its sensitivity and flexible response to changes in the outside world.View More
Cat toys play an important role in improving cats' intelligence and cognition. They help stimulate cats' intelligence and cognitive abilities by simulating hunting, problem-solving and interaction. Simulated hunting and hunting instinct: Cats’ nature contains a strong hunting instinct, and some well-designed cat toys can simulate the movement of prey and stimulate cats’ desire to chase and attack. This interactive play not only satisfies cats' natural needs, but also requires them to use cognitive skills such as observation, planning, and coordination, thus improving their intelligence. Interactive intellectual toys: Some cat toys are designed as interactive puzzles, such as puzzle balls, puzzle mazes, etc. These toys often contain small hidden objects or treats that the cat needs to maneuver to reach. Such games require cats to use their learning and problem-solving abilities, developing their intelligence and judgment. Encourage proactive thinking and creative problem solving: Cat toys are designed to stimulate cats' ability to think proactively and solve problems creatively. For example, designing a toy that requires your cat to press buttons or pull certain parts in a specific order to receive a reward can encourage your cat to try different methods to achieve a goal, thus exercising his or her creative thinking. Improve observation and reaction speed: Some cat toys are designed to move quickly or make sounds, which can help improve your cat's observation and reaction speed. By chasing and catching these moving targets, cats exercise their visual and motor coordination abilities and increase their sensitivity to environmental changes. Promote long-term learning and memory: The experiences cats gain through play and interaction promote long-term learning and memory. For example, some toys may contain rewards so that the cat learns the correct actions through constant interaction and forms a memory. This has a positive impact on cats' learning and adapting to environmental changes.View More
The design of cat toys requires a deep understanding of cats' nature and behavioral needs, combined with professional knowledge and creativity, to create ideal toys that can stimulate cats' interests. Understanding the nature of cats: Before designing a cat toy, it’s important to understand your cat’s nature. Cats are hunting animals with a strong desire to chase and attack. Therefore, the design of cat toys should simulate hunting behavior, such as using simulated mice, feathers and other elements to stimulate the cat’s hunting instinct. In addition, considering cats’ curiosity and need to explore, the design should guide cats to actively participate rather than just passively accept. Trigger the desire to chase and fight: Cats love to chase objects, which is related to their natural hunting instincts. Therefore, the designed cat toys should have certain sports properties, such as small balls, rolling toys, etc., which can arouse the cat's desire to chase. Some toys can also simulate the bouncing movements of small animals, stimulating the cat's desire to fight and giving it enough exercise during play. Safe and bite-resistant material selection: Cats tend to bite or scratch toys when playing, so the choice of toy material is crucial. Safe, chew-resistant materials not only prevent your cat from getting hurt but also extend the life of the toy. Common materials include nontoxic rubber, fabric, and sturdy plastic. When designing, care should be taken to avoid the use of small parts that may be dangerous to cats, and to ensure that the overall structure of the toy is strong and durable. Interactive design: Cats are social animals, and interaction with their owners is an important part of their lives. Therefore, some cat toys should be designed to encourage interaction between owners and cats. For example, using a remote control to control the movement of toys or designing some interactive games that require the owner's participation can deepen the emotional bond between the cat and the owner. Consider your cat’s age and size: The age and size of your cat also have an impact on the design of the toy. Younger cats may prefer toys that are soft and easy to grab, while older cats may need designs that encourage movement. Larger cats may need larger, sturdier toys to accommodate their greater strength. Cat feather teaser Interactive Cat Toy Item No. STC6005 Product size (cm) 34cm length Description Cat feather teaser Interactive Cat Toy Packaging Back cardView More