Daily Photo: Caught!
Mimi has finally caught the elusive tape roll center thing! After chasing it all around under the cardboard, it popped out and tried to escape, but it was no match for Mimi’s quick paw, and the thing has seen its last freedom.
Another improvised toy…my poor deprived felines, they don’t often get new “real” toys, but they get plenty of tape roll centers, toilet paper rolls, waxed paper backing curls from double-sided tape, narrow trimmings from paper, even wine corks. My house looks like I just toss stuff around for no reason, but my cats are happy.
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I guess she showed that cap! woo woo woo!
It didn’t stand a chance, RumpyDog!
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Found toys are always the best. Kitties can play with them in any way they want. Purrs and hugs, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Josette
Mimi got the better of her kids on this one!
I suggest large (unshelled) filbert nuts. And empty spools, customizable with cotton cord threaded through the hole and knotted at both ends.
Meg, we have a few walnut shells around, and right now all the empty spools are in the toy basket. They got a little (yawn) boring, but in a few months they’ll be like new. Later in spring we have whirlybirds from the maple tree. Love those natural toys too!