Signs your cat needs more playtime.


Look at for these signs  that your cat needs more playtime:

  • Your cat is extra-needy. If your cat is constantly following you around, meowing at you, or trying to get your attention, it may be a sign that they are bored and need more playtime.
  • Your cat is extra-standoffish. On the other hand, a cat who isn't enjoying enough playtime may make himself scarce. They may hide away or avoid interacting with you.
  • Your cat is packing on the pounds. If your cat is overweight, it may be a sign that they are not getting enough exercise. Playtime is a great way to help your cat stay active and lose weight.
  • Your cat is scratching your furniture. Cats scratch to mark their territory and to remove the dead outer layer of their claws. If your cat is scratching your furniture, it may be a sign that they are bored and need something to scratch instead.
  • Your cat is attacking your ankles.Cats may bite or scratch when they are feeling playful or frustrated. If your cat is attacking your ankles, it may be a sign that they need more playtime to burn off their energy.

If you notice any of these signs, it's a good idea to increase the amount of playtime you give your cat. Aim for at least 30 minutes of playtime each day. You can play with your cat using a variety of toys, such as wand toys, balls, and lasers. You can also try playing hide-and-seek or tag.

Playtime is not only good for your cat's physical health, but it's also good for their mental health. Play helps cats to stay mentally stimulated and prevents them from getting bored. Bored cats are more likely to engage in destructive behaviors, such as scratching furniture or biting.

So if you want a happy and healthy cat, make sure to give them plenty of playtime!