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    Default Homemade cat toys

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    Nasty but funny

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    Nutter! They look abit rude to me

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    I do that with the dog. I don't know why she goes nuts for it but she does. "a piece of me! I must attack"
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    Once the cat swallows one of them and barfs it back up, it'll be stiffer and easier to play with.

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    One rule I have found to be true with cats - the cheaper the toy the more they will like it. I have spent a bloody fortune on toys for my fur-demons and their favourite things? Cardboard boxes. A giant button on a piece of string. A standard dice that came with a board game. A length of string that has been plaited. The nice, fancy scratching post is ignored, the remote control mouse results in a total "meh" response. The soft toy mice get patted about once or twice and then ignored for ever more.

    However, if you want something that will keep both of you amused for hours you only need two things - a polished floor and a laser pointer.

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