Types Of Cat Toy
As you have seen above, there are dozens of toys available which all fit into various categories.
From soft, chase, teaser and treat toys to interactive models and ones stuffed with catnip, it could be good to have a variety in your home so your cat can tap into all of their instincts (smell, taste, activity etc), and move on to another if they become bored.
Also bear in mind that there are cat toys out there specifically for kittens, which often don’t have small parts they could chew off and are more on the comforting, playful side compared to cognitive and complicated.
Most toys will envoke some sort of reaction from your cat, whether it be providing sound, smell, lighting or taste.
You may have noticed that your cat reacts particularly well to one of the above, but as said above, it is good to give a variety.
No toy is completely indestructible, even if we have mentioned it is a solid build or durable. Always watch your cat when they are playing, check the toys regularly for wear and tear and replace if damaged.
If your cat has a very destructive streak, it could be worth buying one which is plastic, rubber or other tough material as opposed to fabric.