Yes, it really is a thing to have tv for cats. There are whole communities based around keeping their cats amused and entertained, and more videos than I can shake a stick at circulating, all promising to keep cats watching and interested for when you can’t spend time with them. I’ve rounded up a few videos.
Hours of mind numbing birds, birds, birds. Not sure Bobby would have sat and watched this. My Bobs would have been more interested in watching a lion to be fair. Delusions of grandeur had my Bobby, though he would stoop to flicking around a worm on bored days.
Now squirrels would have been better for Bobby. He used to sit atop our fence and watch the local ones in the woods behind our house. Always plenty to watch there, and never a dull moment. I love how the birds and squirrels are close together here. I’m not sure that happens around us. when the squirrels descent on our bird feeders, the birds run for cover. I’ve never seen one close to a squirrel, but of course, that doesn’t mean it doesn’t happen.
This next one is birds, squirrels, rabbits, chopmonks and pigeons.
Relaxing music for cats now, with a fishtank in the live when I came across this. Quite sweet and made me watch for a while.
An 8 hour fish video for cats and dogs next. Gorgeous colours in this, and no, I only watched a few segments of each video, not the four or five days it would have taken to watch the videos in their entirety.
If you let your cat watch any of these, let me know how it goes. I’m sure I’m missing something here. My cats would watch for a few minutes and get bored, but for there to be all the thousands of videos out there and aimed specifically at cats, there must be many cats that sit glued to the TV. So, what do you think?