Getting Started -
can snooze the day away. Just as the sun starts to set, felines
start their engines.
evening activity, your kitten may suddenly explode into an excited frenzy -
scurrying around the house, tail high and fluffed, mouth open, as if
on a wild cat safari chasing after prey.
Your kitten may literally
bounce off furniture and hang from curtains. The release of
adrenaline gives the cat a wide-eyed, crazy expression with eyes
wide and pupils dilated.
This normal behavior makes sense if you think about it. In the wild, the cat would stalk
prey, lie in wait, then tear off in pursuit of food prey and pounce
in victory. You can help direct this instinct and expend this
energy before bedtime with toy chases.
don't provide other outlets for this natural instinct, your kitten
will continue to act a little stir crazy. Daily playtime with
prey-type toys helps the kitten release these natural urges and
energy through play.