Hauppauge, NY, September 30, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- More health problems than ever are caused by a cat being overweight and inactive. Cats need play to stimulate their brain, to get much needed exercise and to strengthen the bond between feline and owner.
Big Apple Pet Supply has expanded their cat toy line to include more safe and interactive selections. The Grab a Mouse Big Toy Box is perfect for when your kitty is alone because it keeps them busy for hours. The box partially hides your cat’s favorite toys and they will go crazy trying to fish them out. The Swing Away Cat Teaser Toy is a completely interactive cat toy that provides cats with mental and physical stimulation.
“Our new Cat Toy Line is designed to satisfy your cat’s natural instinct to hunt and chase,” said Steven Spitz, CEO of Big Apple Pet Supply. “For example, our Cat Play & Activity Mat allows pet owners to observe their car interact with a variety of textures, sights and sounds. And right now, we are offering it at an introductory price at 55% below our regular retail price.”
For more information on Big Apple Pet Supply’s Complete Cat Toy Line, go to:
About Big Apple Pet Supply
After finding it difficult to purchase quality pet supplies with expert pet care advice, Big Apple Pet Supply began in New York City in 1994. After completing extensive amounts of research on how to care for pets properly, Big Apple Pet Supply now shares with its 100,000 plus customer base an extensive selection of highly researched pet products along with expert advice.
Today, Big Apple Pet Supply is a retailer and manufacturer of high-quality pet supplies for reptiles, dogs, cats, fish and small pets. They ship pet products to pet lovers all over the world including, but not limited to museums, zoos, and educational institutions. They are committed to bringing innovative and superior supplies to the world of animals and to the people who love them.
More information about Big Apple Pet Supply can be found at www.BigApplePetSupply.com.
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