Toys Don’t Last Long in Our House

So, Jimmy and I found ourselves in the pet area of a local farm shop and decided to get the chicken catnip toy below for Malcolm.

Ethical pet product feather birds catnip toys for cats

We were so excited to bring it home for him to play with. We set it down on the ground and I’m not kidding when I say he tore. it. apart.

I think there were three feathers left on that poor chicken within ten minutes.Β A day or two later, I found Lola laying on her bed with the chicken, just gnawing on it.

Then, I found the last of the chicken in the kitchen.

ethical pets chicken bird catnip toy for cats

The poor little guy never had a chance in the Zottola house. So what did I do? I ordered a three pack of the bird toys to see if Malcolm and Lola will strike again πŸ˜‰

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11 comments

  1. Ha, ha, ha!!!
    Scratching posts don’t last long in our house. I have to spend almost $30 every two months on scratching posts, because – even after trimming my cat’s nails regularly – they destroy those posts. But if I don’t buy them, then they turn to the furniture.
    It’s a good thing our furry babies are cute!! πŸ™‚

    1. Oh man! That’s crazy! But totally worth it to not have your couches destroyed!

      Jimmy glued 150 feet of rope onto a pole in our basement for Malcolm to have a giant scratching post πŸ˜‚

  2. HA! This is like most dog toys in our house. Kong extreme products are the only thing that hold up to Oreo (and even those he eventually destroys, but they last longer than others).

  3. The bittersweet joys of animals and their toys lol, can’t help but to get a chuckle out of it though. I guess in like, this is like humans with some of our favorite things that we accidentally break from being too rough haha

    xo, JJ

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