My reply was a no-brainer! Of course!
Well, as they say, "the best laid plans of MICE and
Guess who didn't cooperate?
You guessed it! Cody!
I had given him one of the three mice (the gray furry one that looked incredibly realistic) the first day they arrived but neglected to take photos. Brilliant move on my part!
Today when I presented one of the remaining two mice to Cody he stalked and pounced on our rodent friend for all of five seconds a pop. Definitely NOT a photo/video op.
Many thanks to Haute Or Not...Pets for bailing me out and allowing me to use their post!
Whatever they're called... they're probably not blind... but they're definitely cute, and filled with Kitty Krack (catnip)!!!
Lil' Creepers refillable catnip mice... a treat brought to us by our friends at PetLink Systems!!!
Cats Need Stimulation: In the wild, cats get all the stimulation they need from tracking movements of predators and prey. Domestic cats, however, especially indoor cats that don't hunt for food, may need (or simply enjoy) the focused burst of activity that catnip provides. Catnip is harmless and just plain fun. It's stimulating effect is especially beneficial to sedentary cats.
Not only do you get three of these HAUTE little mice (blind or otherwise) for $9.99, it turns out the included catnip, is not just any catnip, oh no, it's Pure Bliss organic catnip, no doubt much better than the "herb" we used to get when I was a youth. But that is another story for another blog!!!
If you want to treat your purr-friend, give a gift they'll surely forget (we hear cat-nippers have short term memory dysfunction)... click here, or here, or even here!!!
"Toke" It Easy & Stay HAUTE!!!
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