Posted October 03, 2018 10:07:16 This cat is very curious about all the toys on the floor and how much money they’re worth.
But he is just not very good at looking at them and finding out what they’re for.
Dr. Stephen Hulsey from the University of Adelaide says it can be hard for cats to figure out what toys are for, and if you put them in the right situation, they can learn.
“The cat will learn to look for toys that are in a place where it is safe and where they’re not being chased by other cats,” Dr Hulay said.
“So you can make sure that the toys you put in the enclosure are safe, that they’re in a safe place.”
Dr Huleys cat has a lot of toys, so Dr Huz is putting some in the appropriate location for her to find them.
“It’s a very active cat, so it can get quite excited,” he said.
Dr Huyz said the toys were designed for cats that were quite timid.
“They’re very, very, little, so they can’t be very active,” he explained.
Dr Svetlana Kolesnichenko from the National Institute of Veterinary Sciences in Moscow said that when cats are looking for a toy, it helps them to learn about it.
“If a cat looks for a certain toy and then it turns out to be a very small toy, or if it looks at a small toy and it turns into a very large toy, then it learns about the toy,” Dr Kolesnikova said.
She said it could help them to find a better toy or toy for their next meal.