This lovely video is a delight to watch !
Scroll down to see what happens when five fluffy Persian kittens meet an unknown object in the bathroom.
It’s making them work on their stalking and pouncing skills and because kittens need plenty of mental stimulation, this kind of toy is perfect.
It’s actually good for your kitty to haver a range of toys and games to help keep them active and prevent boredom and anxiety.
It’s great fun watching them all go into attack mode, although at one point it looks like the bug toy may be getting the better of them as it begins to chase them too!
Watch the video and see all the fun, frolics and chaos that ensues !!
But in reality, can cats eat bugs?
Mostly they can and it’s actually quite common for them to do so.
Many cats enjoy chasing and catching insects such as flies, moths, and beetles, and after the fun is over, they’ll eat them as a snack!
In fact, for outdoor cats, hunting and eating bugs can be an important part of their diet.
However, it’s important to remember that not all bugs are safe for cats to eat.
Certain insects like spiders and centipedes can be venomous and may cause harm to your cat if eaten.
Another problem in today’s world is that some insects may have been exposed to pesticides or other harmful substances, as you can imagine this can also be dangerous for cats.