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  4. I’m glad JG changed it from the play eat sleep nonsense. Cats hunt, kill, eat, groom and sleep. My cats deliver a regular kill bite to their feather toys.
    Most people try to humanize animal behavior instead of understanding their pets natural instincts.
    And I don’t care what anyone says. Scratching and burying their scat in a litter box is part of a natural behavior they would exhibit outdoors. Going in a toilet is not natural. I agree with JG on this one 100% which is unusual as I generally want the Cat Owners From Hell clubbed on he head for their idiot behavior that leads their house cats to act like
    I find it sad that JG has become little more than a corporate peddler. It’s nice to see him coming back to the basics.

    • Good comment. There is no doubt that (a) JG loves and understands domestic cats and (b) he does have a corporate connection as you say. He is a business which must affect (a). I love his genuine desire to feed the cats natural instincts.

      • I have quite a few JG cat toys. I’m not opposed to him making a good living do what he loves. I do think many of the catification projects on his show are corporate sponsored and fail to disclose that. Some of these items are quite expensive and require professional installation. I would never let my cats use a shelf that was not put up by a professional. He had a show early on where he took the time to show the owners how to arrange the furniture they had to make cat walkways. My cats can traverse the living room without having to set foot on the ground and we have converted many of our storage spaces to cat life.

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