Put some food or catnip in the ball, your pets will have great fun chasing the ball
I’ve had my medium-haired cat on Wellness grain-free canned food for about a year now, and I brush her daily (and furminate at least once a week). Until a couple months ago she basically NEVER got hairballs. In the last couple months she had a few hairballs, but in the past two weeks she’s had four. What am I doing wrong? She seems fine otherwise.
Karen, first your Vet need to check the blood it will tell a lot, has your cat fever, aggressive ? Behaving different than usually ? Maybe the cat needs probotic , did you change the butcher, was the raw meat fresh? So many question, i wish I had an answer to your problem. 2 months ago my Bongo had a simple gastritis and got better with antibiotic, this time he had hairball gastritis , he is ok now, i feed him raw meat, some dry food, some sachet wet food and grass in the morning so the “stool ” can pass easy…
3D Printable Cat Food Ball by mirk.
Weruva Cats in the Kitchen Fowl Ball Canned Cat Food is :
We all love spoiling our precious feline furballs with treats. Whether they are food items specially manufactured for cats or human food based treats, it’s a fact that we love indulging our pets.The Foraging Wiffle Ball from Fundamentally Feline is a good beginner object. The many perforated holes increase scent attraction, it is round so it is easily rolled, and the cat can also see that there is food in the ball since it is not complete opaque. It is only available with onelarge hole for large kibble […]Foraging cubes are one of the most difficult food puzzles you can offer your cat. Most cats are initially pretty stumped by cubes but once they do get the hang of it they are unstoppable! Foraging ping-pong balls can also be combined with these cubes to further increase the challenge. Simply fill ping-pong with dry food, […]Here’s a very easy toy to make, and the only items you’ll need are a paper towel roll, some scissors, and some tape. Follow the instructions in the video to make a fun little treat-dispensing ball that your kitty can bat around. This one will allow your cat to use her hunting instincts and challenge her to play for her food, reducing boredom.