Feline Frolics

We have a friend with an indoor cat and we do worry that he does not get enough stimulation with only a small flat to patrol (the cat that is not our friend). So we bought the cat a DVD called Feline Frolics.  The DVD contains about an hour of footage of birds, rodents, cat toys and other cats. Naturally in the interests of consumer research we decided to try it with our resident feline Cleopatra first.

Ohhhh birdies

Ohhhh birdies

The DVD’s visuals and soundtrack have supposedly been enhanced to make the range of images and sounds more attractive to the feline senses.

A chuffin chaffinch

A chuffin chaffinch

Cleopatra certainly enjoyed the little birds

I love those mices

I love those mices

The images of mice, hamsters and bunnies went down well too.

I hates you

I hates you

When it comes to the other cats her reaction was more hostile, but after about fifteen minutes she seemed to get tired of watching the telly and hopped off the stool to get on with her favourite hobby.

Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

7 thoughts on “Feline Frolics

  1. Ah yes, I remember bringing that video of similar “Cat porn” round when you had Cleo & Tolly. There is also one for dogs apparently. I would be bad if you got the two mixed up….

  2. This film has been well thought out on the whole and is worth the money I think. The images change quite quickly to keep the pets interest, although it sound track is odd in that the sounds don’t match the animals shown, not sure what the cats make of the roaring rats or the frogs making whale noises. However, those parts that feature coloured blocks whizzing about the screen seem to be as boring for cats as they are for humans. 🙂

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