Guest Post: Other Brother Coon Cat and the Catit Senses Toy

Hi everyone,

Today’s guest post comes from floridaborne and Other Brother Coon Cat on their experience with Catit senses:

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He sniffed it and left.

Yes, I tried rolling the ball around. He looked up at me as if to say, “What am I supposed to do with this thing?”

His brother looked at it and then stared up at me as if to say, “You jest.”

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In the next picture you see “the boys” in their natural state.

I’m told Coon Cats are like that.

We hope the rest of you has made better experiences with this particular toy but as we all know our cats tend to be awkward at times haha!

And if you too would like to see your story featured drop us an email. 🙂

Thanks,

Marc

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45 thoughts on “Guest Post: Other Brother Coon Cat and the Catit Senses Toy

  1. Is this guy one of the best cat bloggers out there or what? You better believe it. We’ve got a rough draft out for our new short story called eaten an Eskimo and we need your feedback. Please buddy, come on by and share your thoughts. Web may be publishing it in the future

    1. Coon Cats are notorious for their aloofness. But if you want to find a dead mouse on your desk, they’re the cats for you. 🙂

      Seriously, I love my Coon Cats and I think they love me, too,

        1. Once, I had a dead bird on my pillow. That’s something to wake up to — the smell hits you first. Then there was the time OBCC chased a bird frantically going :”cheep-cheep” around my office. They seemed to have stopped trying to give me “gifts” and settled into annoying me for food and treats. 🙂

    1. Cats seem to fall into 3 categories; boinged, bored and brazen. Probably more, but those were the only printable b-words I could think of. 🙂

      Mine seem to fall in the “I’m bored” category. Their favorite activity is sleep. Is your Kosmo the same way, too?

  2. My cat ignored this toy for many weeks after I first got it, but then he just started playing with it. Now it is part of his daily routine. Get up, try to retrieve imprisoned ball again, go back to sleep…

    1. You have a great deal more patience than I do. The only activities mine like are the kind that make me get up and take a walk in the woods. They’ll jump over logs and follow me everywhere. I think my coon cats must have been dongs in another life. 🙂

  3. We gifted the catit toy to our two cats for Christmas. The younger cat loves it and plays with it frequently; the older cat could not care less about it. It’s annoying since the older one is less active (he has three legs but still…) and needs more exercise than his energetic younger little buddy. We’ve yet to find anything that engages Satchi in play and activity.

    1. Some days, don’t you just want to make them work for their food — like climb through a maze for the first teaspoon, and whack at a dispenser for each piece of kibble? Mine have to jump on a counter for their food, and they think I’m being unjustly cruel. 🙂

    1. The cat seen with the toy is presently sleeping on his side of my desk. On a towel that has to be folded 4 layers thick. Three layers just won’t do. Only another cat person understands why we do these things for them.

      But he looks so sweet when he sleeps 🙂

    1. That might be the key, to have something to swat anytime they want — besides us.

      Zeke is so cute. What is it with the mostly-aloof Coon Cats that forms such strong attachments in us?

        1. I shall see if we can find one on this side of the pond as I like the idea of the ball being removable. My boy gets frustrated with it after longer play as there is no reward of getting the ball out.

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