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Wow! This is the best 3D-TV I've seen! The cat almost looks real.... What's that? It is real?
Of course you know that given the choice cats would not drink much water at all. In the wild, they get their fluids from the raw meats and fish they consume. Dehydration is very serious in cats, so we need to do everything we can to encourage water consumption. Running water is very soothing to cats, and it encourages them to drink. Instead of wasting the water in your bathroom sink, try an adorable Frog Watering Hole Fountain.
Cats have a tendency to sleep in the oddest places. Boxes. Piles of laundry. The random book. Computer keyboards. All of these places are generally fine--except for the keyboard. I've had my cat rewrite many a short story with gibberish.
PawSense endeavors to keep your feline off of your keyboard. But does it work?
My own cats and dogs have always had a fondness for my shoes; I can't count the number of times I've found them asleep with their heads resting over one of them. Maybe it's the, excuse me, odor. The shoes have a strong enough odor to let them know the shoes are mine, and that's comforting to them. I guess, picking up on that theme, the Sasquatch II Pet Bed was designed after a shoe - a Croc shoe.
Rodents seems to ride their spinning wheels without encouragement; they don't even need a piece of cheese to chase as a reward for their constant spinning. But cats... well, you know the only way to get a cat to run is to give her something groovy to chase... or to have a dog chase her. In the case of the Cat Wheel by Catswall Design, you can pick her favorite feather or catnip-stuffed mouse and attach it to the wheel to motivate her to spin.