colorful balls for cats at the Holistic Hound shop
Hairballs aren't just for cats. Cows and rabbits are especially prone to them, but their bodies aren't designed to vomit them up. They often go undiscovered until an animal's untimely death. Talk about a bad hair day.
When they're not eating, sleeping, or starring in Internet videos, cats like to groom. A lot. Hairballs happen when indigestible hair is swallowed and builds up in the stomach. In a healthy cat, hair passes through the digestive tract just fine and reappears later in the litter box. But sometimes the hair forms a mass that has to be regurgitated. Thanks to the esophagus, hairballs usually look like tubes of hair, not balls.
Cats love to swat, chase and pounce at our Midnight Crazies™ balls. Includes eight balls with jingling bells that will keep your cat engaged for hours.A spin-off version of the we included in our , this toy features two rails of captive balls that cats can bat and chase around the ring. The advantage of this version is that the center can be filled with catnip for an intense play session. The circulation of the ball will create wafts of the catnip to keep your cat interested. It makes a very good, already-popular toy even better. For a little less, you can get the simpler Cats love to swat, chase and pounce at our Midnight Crazies™ balls. Includes eight balls with jingling bells that will keep your cat engaged for hours.Stimulate your cat’s curiosity with our classic Bizzy Balls®. A three pack of colorful balls with textured surfaces for erratic rolling to entice chase. Each ball includes a bell for added play value.Stimulate your cat’s curiosity with our classic Bizzy Balls®. A three pack of colorful balls with textured surfaces for erratic rolling to entice chase. Each ball includes a bell for added play value.This is a great beginner toy for multi-cat households. Food goes in through the top and funnels into the tunnels. If you wish to increase the challenge further, fill ping-pong balls and place inside the tunnels. This way the cats must spin the balls to get the food to dispense and then extract it from […]This stationary foraging toy offers multiple puzzles in one including an area for wet food. Food does not always need to be the focus. The ping-pong ball section is like a feline rooting box and can be filled with water for cats that enjoy playing with water. The floating balls add a play component. Novelties […]But you don't have to spend a lot of money for a cat to have plenty of fun toys. Many cats are happy playing with shower curtain rings, either individually or connected. And ping pong balls or plastic golf balls are fun for cats to swat at and chase. And although plastic bags are off-limits because they're too dangerous, paper bags are perfectly fine and fun. You should remove any handles on the paper bag before giving it to your cat though, as cats tend to get stuck in them and panic.