With four, they seem to be pretty good at exercising each other (especially teh ebil girl kitteh, who is easily offended), but we occasionally break out the laser pointer. Better entertainment than 90% of what's on tv.
Third this, da Bird is IMO the best cat toy for sale. I have two - one currently secreted on top of the refrigerator and the other stowed away in the highest cabinet. Both objects of intense fascination, both highly motivational when it comes to getting cats to move. My cats have developed a thriving Cargo Cult around them.
Little Man is young enough to either be a) self-entertaining/exercising or b) loves to play fetch. Old Lady really doesn't give a @#&$ to exercise. She reminds me of Maxine, the Hallmark greeting cards character.
Both of my British Shorthairs have LOVED milk jug rings. They are normally couch potatoes, but come alive with plastic. Sam, on the other hand, looks at the ring like "what in the world am I supposed to do with this??!"
We walk ours and then we also use http://www.petco.com/product/112607/...t=OnSiteSearch BEST MONEY SPENT EVER!!! Though my orange can turn it on himself and will set the speeds accordingly. We recently got another one since we have 3 cats. Every afternoon I harness up the cats and go walking. They also get turned loose at the barn in the morning for exercise. Foster orange kitty goes running with me in the morning. Best part about him is I don't have to stop every 5 seconds to let him pee like a dog.
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Originally Posted by alicen:
What serious breeder would think that a horse at that performance level is push button? Even so, that's still a lot of buttons to push.