Children’s Games, the Feline Version

24 Festive Tasks: Door 11 – International Children’s Day, Task 2:

Get out and play any children’s game: hopscotch, jump rope, tag, yo yo – anything.

Children’s games, in my home, are strictly the cats’ games, of course — and one they like in particular, and which we’re practically playing every day, is hunting after the colored bands hanging from a set of rods (some of them also with bells on them) that are always being kept at the ready in my living room, and which I’ll flick or wave around for the kitties:

(I can’t show them in operation … it’s a bit much to be the sole operator of the toy and also track a bunch of excitedly jumping and running cats at the same time! 🙂 )

 

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