Best Persian Cat Toy
Persian cats are no different to most cats in the respect that they get bored quite easily. To keep your cat active and entertained you need a toy they won't get bored of. In this post, we will look at the best Persian cat toy to keep your fluffy ball of fun entertained.
A bored Persian cat will scratch furniture or look to destroy something in your house to keep themselves entertained. Often a bored cat will just sleep and be sedentary which can, of course, lead to health problems like feline obesity.
The Best Persian Cat Toy
It's quite difficult to choose which is the best Persian cat toy as every cat is different, in this post I've picked the top 3 toys that I feel most Persian cats will like and invariably will keep them entertained.
I've personally bought many toys that I thought were going to be entertaining and an exercise aid for Milo and then he just hasn't used them as much as I would have liked. Sometimes I believe you can actually have too many toys and your Persian cat just becomes accustomed to them and no longer finds them attractive.
I would recommend about 30 minutes play with your Persian cat every day to avoid boredom and undesirable behaviour.
If you have any toys that you find to work well at keeping your Persian cat entertained and well exercised then let me know in the comments. I'd love to know what you think is the best Persian cat toy.
I recently reviewed the new Frolicat Fox Den you can read the review here.