Is your cat bored with their old toys? Well I’ve brought you a new product hot off the shelf called Bright Bopper. It’s a new irresistible light up toy that bounces, lightweight to play fetch with or you can make them shoot across the room but by pressing down on them they bounce and shoot across the room for hours of fun.
- Touch activated LED cat toy
- Keep kitty entertained night and day
- Just press down to spring it into action
- Lightweight so cats can bat and chase it
- Stimulates all of your cat’s senses
- Foam ball is safe for chewing
- Mesh body great for cat’s claws
- 3 bright fun colors
- Great for cats of all ages
- Fun for the whole family
- Kitty tested and kitty approved
You can also stand them up and watch your cat knock them down one hybrid one.
Angel love to knock them over even bat them around like a ball.
They are the purffect size to carry them around too.
Bright Bopper are great to get your cat active again and have some special one on one time that they demand from us humans. Let me get you the website to see for yourself and don’t forget to watch the video on Bright Bopper too.
Thank you for stopping by I hope your kitty likes the Bright Bopper as much as I do. Before you go drop me a few lines I would love to hear your thoughts
Angel’s Eyes -Persian
As some of you may have read we will once again be attending a LondonCats club show so we thought why not share some of the highlights from the last show in January with you all in the lead-up to the show.
While at the show in January we met a huge variety of different cats and of course one was more adorable than the next! 😀
Our personal favourite has to be the little guy with his huge paws that was stretching out towards our camera.
We also got a lucky shot of the persian licking her mouth – a beautiful one that belongs to one of our good friends actually. 🙂
Being a cat show most of the attending cats entered a variety of different “rings” to be judged and receive awards. What we like about TICA and LondonCats is that they take loads of precautions to ensure the safety of the cats during the show and they will not allow people to continue if the cats show signs of being distressed by the event.
Of course being a popular show there also had to be a variety of stalls around to give visitors a chance to purchase some fabulous cat products!
And a you can see there were LOADS of exhibitors. And look closely you’ll see that while we couldn’t bring along the real Oli we had our little mascot Oli with us to visit all of the different stalls. 🙂
Most of the exhibitors shown above will be there again at the show this April so why not pop-by and visit us all? 😀
It’s especially important to have an established exercise routine, not only for fitness, but also mental health. Physical activity helps to combat stress, build one’s confidence, and maintain one’s svelte, feline figure.
The Friday Art Cat has a well-planned cross-training routine that includes scratching vigorously on the cat tree, dashing up and down the stairs, jumping up on to the forbidden counter, and diving under the oriental rug. She changes up her activities with added purr chirrups, an occasional bat at the catnip mouse, or a short rest for a paw lick. The Friday Art Cat likes to finish off her routine with a brisk round of toilet paper wrestling.
By being consistent, setting realistic workout goals, and finding ways to make exercise enjoyable, your Friday Art Cat improves her mood, physical appearance, and quality of life for the good!
Carol Parker Mittal is an artist and teacher living in Northern Michigan whose exercise routine can be described as sporadic and often inadequate. You can check out her blog about art and cats at Art is Not for Sissies.