Catty Whack, Love Bites For Simba, Brushing Hydrox * S4 E63 * Cat Vlog

Lucky Ferals Cat Family Vlog Season 4 Episode 63

Season 4 Episode 63 of the Lucky Ferals cat family vlog includes love bites for Simba, Catty Whack, brushing Hydrox and more including:

Day 1186 – Hydrox came by for food. It was fish day for the cats. Boo and Stella were laying on the bed together. Stella likes to give Simba love bites. Splash gets upset when the other cats don’t get along.

Day 1187 – Let’s play with Stella and Boo and their electronic cat toy. Stella and Simba were playing with the laser pointer.

Day 1188 – Simba was hanging out with Hydrox by the back door. I tried to brush Hydrox. He wasn’t in a very good mood.

Catty Whack Cat Toy

The cats enjoy playing with interactive electronic cat toys. They like them because they are fun and simulate real prey. I like them because they entertain the cats for awhile while I can get some other things done. One of their favorite toys to play with is Catty Whack.

Catty Whack is a circular toy with small holes around the edges. A small furry creature pokes its head out of the holes and the cats try to hunt it. It stays on for about 10 – 15 minutes before shutting itself off and keeps the cats entertained. It’s also not too loud.

Here is a link to the Catty Whack Cat Toy on Amazon:

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Lucky Ferals is a cat family vlog starring Stella, her boyfriend Boo, their sons Splash and Simba, and their older relative Hydrox (all formerly feral cats). Guest stars include Ditto, other feral cats from the local tribe, raccoons, possums, skunks, deer, geese, squirrels, birds, groundhogs, bugs, and more. Join them in their daily adventures. Tune in for cat product reviews, cat food reviews, live streams, giveaways, and lots more.

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  • Hi. We’ve watched some of your videos on YouTube and found them to be
    Very helpful. We have recently acquired 2 semi feral cats from the Humane Society. They are inside cats and will remain so. They are progressing really well. We can’t touch them because they are too afraid. We can feed them treats from our hand. We haven’t watched all your videos, but we are very interested to find out the process you went through with the cats that brought them to the point of becoming touchable. We know that they must come to us, but are there things we can do to facilitate their comfort?