We've got a jumper and a feather monster on our hands. First he ate all of the feathers off the toy, then he couldn't get enough of the bells. I've since replaced it with a new featherlicious wand.
Encouraging his jumping was probably one of the worst kitty parent decisions we've made. He's all about jumping now - in the fridge, on the counters, on the tables, on the wingback chairs. Specifically, we're looking for a solution to keep him off our counters. This Cat Away has had minimal impact since he knows I turn it off when I'm in the kitchen cooking. He's a sly one, this cat.
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