|Ball of yarn (yarn really doesn't make good cat toys).|
|Toy mouse for domestic cat|
Enrichment for wild animals in captivity is very important. It keeps their mind sharp and occupies their time. Here at PrideRock Wildlife Refuge the cats receive various types of enrichment almost every day. But their toys are a little bigger than a toy mouse or ball of yard. They play with old tires, jolly balls of any size and cardboard boxes. They also like to swim in pools, soak in a tub of water and even play with other cats. Yes, cats love to play. PrideRock is always in need of toys for our lovable kitties. If you would like to donate a toy to PrideRock, bring us your old plastic jugs or balls, old cardboard boxes, gallon jugs or go to www.wildlifetoybox.com. They have a large variety of wildlife toys to keep large cats busy for a long time.
|A cougar playing with a rubber ball and a watermelon.|
|A tiger investigating an old tire.|
|They also like to play dead, have their ears and chin |
scratched and be lazy 20 hours out of 24.
|Give them plastic barrels, or constructions|
cones and they are as happy as a cat
in a brown paper bag.
Oh no, we can't make a brown paper
bag big enough for these guys!
Word of advice: never try to take
away a tiger's toy!
|Tigers love to splish-splash in the tub.|