If you have a cat, then you probably already know about some of the fun that can be had with a good game of cat games. These games can help improve your bonding with your cat and teach them something new. There are two basic kinds of cat games available. First, there are games for those with a large group of cats in them already.
Then, of course, there are free games specifically for feline cats. Free cat games are often just simple items floating around on the computer screen for them to hunt. Some of these games are so simple that you will not even remember if you get them to the point where you can click on the item, pull it, or use the X button to delete it. The simple mechanics of these games are what make them so much fun.
One of the best cat games is called Cat Pursuit. With this game, you will choose a cat from a certain category. You will then guide the cat toward a certain item on the screen and attempt to capture it. The object is to grab the item as fast as possible without touching any other objects on the way.
Of course, catching the item isn’t the only thing that you will do in these feline cat games. Kitten Pursuit is essentially an interactive version of hide and seek. As the name would suggest, you will have to guide your feline through a room while seeking out cats and their items. Sometimes, the items will be in boxes, other times they will be in actual items that you have to hunt for.
Of course, we cannot forget one of the all-time classic cat games: The Caterpillar. What makes this game so fun is the fact that you are actually searching for a caterpillar. There are two ways to play: you can either use the arrow keys or you can click on the Caterpillar’s head. As you click on it, a cute little caterpillar will come out of it and munch on your finger. If you want to speed things up, simply hit the space bar and your Caterpillar will be yours at that very moment!
These are just some of the most popular and most loved cat games that you can play with your kitty. If you want to get more in touch with your feline friend, why not teach her to walk using the mouse? There are a lot of mouse movements that are very similar to those that your kitty would use when it wants to walk. By simply teaching your kitty how to turn on and off the mouse, it will develop its grasping and walking skills very quickly.