Cats in ball pits!! GASP!!!!!! I GOTTA SEE THAT!!!!
Another way that Boomer keeps busy is by playing with all his friends and adoptive siblings. There’s another cat, named Didja, that lives in the house with Boomer, and there are a ew dogs who are always looking to play. They certainly aren’t opposed to a dip in the ball pit! This little guy is adorable, and if you’re like me you can’t get enough of him.
hehe i’ve done the same thing. As i had a tendency to fall out my hammock i put in a ball pit below it in my room. It turns out that my dogs love it and chase them around the place but my cats dont like the idea that the floor moves
While other cats love to play with tissue paper, Boomer likes to play with a ball pit! He keeps jumping into his pool full of colorful balls to create a big splash and even hides in it so no one can find him :).While other cats love to play with tissue paper, Boomer likes to play with a ball pit! He keeps jumping into his pool full of colorful balls to create a big splash and even hides in it so no one can find him :).While other cats love to play with tissue paper, Boomer likes to play with a ball pit! He keeps jumping into his pool full of colorful balls to create a big splash and even hides in it so no one can find him :).This cat is one of those cats. His humans decided that he would probably love a ball pit of his own, even though it’s not known for being much of a cat toy. They decided that they didn’t care, though, and they got one anyway for their little feline friend. All we can say about their decision is that you have to watch this video and see this cat as it enjoys his ball pit for the first time. His reaction is priceless; and someone got it on video.You know that moment you buy all those amazing and very expensive gifts for your kids during the holidays and for their birthdays? You know that moment when they open them up and ask you to put them together and they are so excited about it all, and by the time you’ve finished assembling toys they’ve already moved on to the empty boxes and made them their own personal toys, ignoring the actual toys at that point? Yeah, that moment that you realize you might a well have just given the kids a box; or a ball pit. That’s the way cats work, too. They’re not interested in what they are actually given, they are interested in the small details.We all know how fun ball pits can be, but did you know that cats think they’re pretty awesome, too? Thanks to time-lapse videography, you can check out these cats as they explore a mini ball pit as it’s set up.
These cats slowly begin to make their way over the ball pit, wondering what is happening and whether or not they can enjoy this or if they should be suspicious. Even then, some of them would rather play with the cord to the air compressor used to blow it up. Time passes; they cats are not trusting. But they eventually begin to realize that what’s in front of them is entertainment gold, and they begin chasing balls all around the house. It looks like a lot of fun for the cats, but not so much fun for the people that have to clean this mess up when the cats are finished.He’s a young Bengal and this breed of cat is known for it’s boundless energy, so when he discovered the joys of a ball pit, he couldn’t resist jumping into it with great gusto and now spends his day inventing lots of games that keep him occupied till it’s time for a nap.