Benefits of Interactive Play

A feline behavior expert explains why you should make time to play with your new kitten.

By Pam Johnson-Bennett

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Interactive playtime is a powerful tool for an owner and should be used right from the beginning with a kitten. It's important to remember though that kittens have short bursts of energy followed by the need for several naps so those play sessions shouldn't be exhausting. Lots of little sessions are better than just a couple of lengthy ones. 

Pam Johnson-Bennett, CABC
IAABC-Certified Animal Behavior Consultant

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