Costs: from $ 2 per toy
Every cat is different. One might find a sisal cat toy irresistible, but others can’t get enough of chasing a laser pointer across the floor. We’ve made a list of the most popular toys here for you, and found the best prices for each. Of course, you can also get expensive toys. The most important thing is that your cat has fun and, thankfully, it only takes a few bucks to make that happen.
You can get toy mice or sisal balls from just $ 2. A classic from $ 4: a little stick with feathers on the top encourages your cat’s hunting instinct. You can get a laser pointer for upwards of $ 5 so you can create a light on the floor that will “dance” to and fro. Lots of cats find this very exciting and will chase it around. Important: never point a laser pointer into their eyes.
You can either use cheap cardboard boxes and paper bags or invest in a cat tunnel. You can get snack balls from $ 6 an "fun boards" from around $ 18 that you can fill with treats. To get the treat, the cat has to prove their intelligence and physical prowess. Lots of cats like these toys, as they can “hunt” for their food.
|Challenging toy||from $ 6|
|Cat tunnel||from $ 6|
|Laser pointer||from $ 5|
|Feather wand||from $ 4|
|Scratching toys||from $ 3|