- Preparing for a Cat Show
- Entering a Cat Show
- Cat Show
- A Day at a Cat Show
- How to Build a basic cat tree
- How to Build a Medium sized cat tree
- Getting a Harness on Your Cat
- How to Walk a Cat on a Leash
- Involve Light in Your Cat's Exercise Routine
- How to Harness a Difficult Cat
- Prevent Obesity in Your Cat
- Choose Cat toys that Encourage Health & Exercise
- Use a toy Fishing Rod to Get Your Cat to Exercise
- Use a Scratching Post to Keep Your Cat Healthy
- Learn Outdoor Exercises for Cats
- Caring for your Cat - Exercise
- Bengal Cat Running the Course
- KGW Cat Agility Morning Show
- Make Homemade Mouse Cat Toys
- Make a Homemade Fishing Cat Toy
- Make a Catnip Toy Pouch
- How to Make Homemade Sock Cat Toys
- Toy-Go-Round Cat Wheel
- Quick funny Bengal cat!
- SophisTICAts Show
- Cat Show February 2010
- Field of Dreams Cat Show
School of Physical Education
Exercise Kitty with Neat Toys!
It’s important that your cat gets exercise on a regular basis to keep fit and healthy. You can help out by providing cat trees for them to climb on; toys that they can play with on their own or toys you play with them. You can even make cat trees and other things for them to climb on, and different kinds of toys, which will help save you money...and show your cat how much you love them! Click here for instructions on how to make neat things for you cat.
What are Cat Agility Contests?
Cat agility is a sport in which a handler directs or lures a cat through an obstacle course as quickly as possible.
Dog agility was originally loosely modeled on equestrian stadium jumpers competitions when it debuted as spectator entertainment 25 years ago, at the 1979 Crufts Dog Show in London. Since then, it has become the most rapidly growing dog sport in Western Europe and North America.
We hope Cat agility will develop and become widely popular, with spectators getting caught up watching the cat and handler's enthusiasm in their athletic race around the course.