Playing with toys is a great way for therapy cats to burn off energy and bond with their owners. Try different types of toys such as feather wands, toy mice, and balls.
Puzzle toys that dispense treats can provide mental stimulation and keep therapy cats entertained for long periods.
Scratching posts help keep cats' claws in good shape and prevent them from scratching furniture. They also provide a good stretch and a satisfying scratch.
Placing a cat tree or a window perch by a sunny window can give therapy cats a place to relax and observe the world outside.
Brushing or combing therapy cats can help strengthen the bond between the cat and owner while also providing necessary grooming.
Teaching therapy cats tricks such as high-fives or rolling over can be mentally stimulating and provide a fun way to bond with them.
Providing catnip toys or fresh catnip can be a fun and stimulating activity for therapy cats.
Puzzle feeders can be used to provide meals for therapy cats in a way that challenges their problem-solving skills.
Hiding treats or toys around the house can provide a fun and engaging activity for therapy cats.
Using a laser pointer can provide a fun way to get therapy cats moving and chasing.