Foraging toys help stimulate prey drive in cats

04/19/2010 | AnnArbor.com (Mich.)

More than 37 million American households own felines, according to data from AVMA, and many families encounter behavioral issues with their cats that can be tricky to address, writes professional pet-sitter Lorrie Shaw. She suggests making use of foraging toys to stimulate the cats' instincts to hunt and minimize their tendency to overeat, potentially addressing obesity issues.

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