Keeping pets happy and entertained during home isolation
It can be not easy to stay at home, but you should make the most out of your time with your pet. This uncertain time is a perfect opportunity to strengthen bonds with your pets. Our furry, feathered, and finned companions can continue to provide comfort.
Keep your cat happy and safe at home. Some cats don’t like to be played with or get attention. It’s important to provide your cat with a place to hide and access to litter boxes, especially if it is not used to having people at home all the time.
- Keep your cat happy at home with our guide.
- This is an excellent guide by our friends at RSPCA Queensland on how to make a D.I.Y. cat wand.
- Here is a video showing how you can make a cat puzzle feeder.
- The classic games of fetch and tug-of-war can be a fun way to spend time with your dog and get both of you moving.
- Check out our tips on walking your dog at a time of social distance to learn how you can get your dog outside in the fresh air and sunshine while also following health authority advice.
- RSPCA Queensland offers a great D.I.Y. guide for making a crinkly toy.
- Check out these tips if you have recently adopted a dog or puppy or if you want to make sure the toys that your dog uses are durable and safe.
- The Conversation has an excellent article about how you can prevent your dog from getting cabin fever.
Rotate the toys you give your pet to keep them entertained and avoid boredom.
KNOW OUR PET
What one pet likes may not be the same as what another furry friend enjoys. You can even come up with new games for your pet.