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Does My Indoor Cat Need More Enrichment?

Whether it’s getting lost, hit by a car, getting sick, or falling victim to predators *gulp*, it’s clear why you want to keep me, your cat, and your most valuable possession, inside and safe from harm. And it’s a pretty sweet arrangement. From head scratchies to treats to cat naps upon cat naps, I don’t have a lot of complaints. 

Still, there is one area we could improve if you are asking, Does my indoor cat need more enrichment? Well, you can’t spell activity without c-a-t. So it should be pretty self-explanatory. Yes. Yes, I do. 

Fortunately, I don’t have to venture out into the world to get the stimulation I need, as long as you bring the sights, sounds, smells of the outdoors inside so I can enjoy them from the safety of our home. 

I’ve researched and found the perfect solution – VistaGato, an innovative new cat window box that helps me enjoy a healthy and happy, more enriched life. 

Why Does My Indoor Cat Need More Enrichment? 

When we indoor cats can’t go outside, we tend to get restless. And it’s about more than just boredom. It’s in our DNA.

My big cat cousins in the wild love to play, jump, climb and even smell new objects in their environment. This not only keeps them entertained, but more importantly, keeps their senses sharp for survival. 

While I may not be the king of the jungle myself, these behaviors are still in my blood. You might occupy yourself between cat naps by scrolling your phone, watching TV, or reading a book – but I need more than that. When I don’t have enough to do, I start feeling stressed and anxious. I might even act out with destructive behavior (and you’ve made it abundantly clear how you feel about that). 

While I appreciate you keeping me safe from the world, the truth is, this sedentary indoor lifestyle is just not giving me enough enrichment. 

You’re busy, and part of what made you want me in the first place is how self-sufficient I am. So I understand that you don’t have the time to block out an hour each day just to supervise my activities. Luckily, there are solutions for indoor cats like me so we can both be happy at home.

How Can I Help My Cat Get More Enrichment? 

So, I’ve helped you understand why the answer is a resounding yes to the question, Does my indoor cat need more enrichment? Now, let’s get into what you can do about it. 

The best solution to this problem is controlled access to the incredible natural stimuli outside. A window perch will help me experience the outdoors safely – and I promise I’ll never get tired of watching all the action outside our home. 

Another benefit to the VistaGato is that it allows me to jump or climb into it from my favorite cat tree or furniture, giving me a new point of view as well as some much-needed movement. 

For extra enrichment, you can even deck out my catio to include my favorite toys or blanket. Because we’re just like you – we can’t wait to make the space our own. 

Enter the VistaGato, a cat window box that will help me get plenty of exercise and offers the sights, sounds, smells, and activities of the outdoors from the safety of the indoors. 

Pre-Order a VistaGato to Help Me Get the Enrichment I Need

The answer is clear if you were asking, Does my indoor cat need more enrichment? Unless you have a VistaGato, then yes. I, your cat, need more enrichment for my physical and mental well-being – and for a more copacetic living arrangement. 

Pre-order a VistaGato today to help me get the enrichment I need to live a rich, fulfilling, and happy indoor life!

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