Be a cat techie
We want the best for our cats, because if they’re happy we’re happy. Here’s a list of apps related to cats, for their entertainment, their health and how to care and train them. These apps are especially important when we have an emergency, such as our cat getting injured or sick, and if we have a report we need to finish these games can keep them busy.
Free App games from Friskies:
Our cats are enticed with things with wings and this game features a garden full of flying critters, including a hummingbird, a moth and a life-size little dragonfly. The app makes the cat captures a certain number of creatures, the game setting changes automatically and goes to the next level.
If you have a pet fish and you want to keep it safe from the cat try this game. On a flat surface let your cat try to go for the catch of the day and the more she/he catches, the more challenging it gets.
Does your cat still doesn’t know his/her name? Or just haven’t acknowledged you’ve given them a name. With the Friskies Call-a-Cat, you’ll catch your cat’s attention when they hear their favorite sound like the opening of the top of a can of Friskies, chirping birds and more.
Help your cat practice catching little bugs, with an advanced settings so you can select how many of each kind of bug will appear. This also features an endless play option and you can share your cat’s score on Facebook.
Now you can capture your cat’s (or dog’s) attention when taking a photo, the camera makes a noise like a meow or a bell ringing.
“You can train your cat to live with you, instead of owning you!” Learn how to train your cat features guides which ranges from How to gain respect from your cat to How to prevent them from eating houseplants. With this app you learn how to properly train your cat by understanding their natural habits so you can live peacefully with you cat.
Cat First Aid Buddy
Know exactly what to do when your cat gets sick or injured. The app was developed by Dr. Tawnia Shaw, holds a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine degrees both from Oregon and Washington State Universities and also holds a State Wildlife Rehabilitation permit from the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife and treats sick and injured wildlife and exotic animals from hundreds of miles around both at Everett Veterinary where she works and at Badger Run Wildlife Rehab where she volunteers – with that, we know we can trust the app. Catfirstaid buddy features all of the most common cat emergencies, written in easy to understand language. The search is specifically built to be really fast and easy, they have researched what words normal cat owners use to describe their cat problems in real emergencies.