Cats with Yarn Ball birthday messages you could write:
- Happy Birthday to one cool cat.
- You’ve cat to be kitten me right meow.
- I can’t keep calm, I have too many cats.
- Nine lives is not enough.
- You’re the cat’s meow!
- Claws is the laws.
- Have a purr-fect birthday!
- As every cat owner knows, nobody owns a cat.
- What greater gift than the love of a cat.
- You’re the cat’s meow.
- I’m so fur-tunate to have you in my life.
- Please be paw-lite and use your meow-ners.
- I love you meow and furever.
- Happy Birthday. Hope you have a day filled with cuddles.
- I want to spend all nine lives together.
- You’ve got to be kitten me.
This card is safe! real cats playing with real yarn is not safe for cats.
Unfortunately, a cat playing with yarn is not a safe activity for your furry friends. If ingested, yarn, string and ribbon can become wrapped around their intestines, causing life-threatening complications.
Instead, offer kitty-safe alternatives that satisfy their yarn cravings, such as a brightly colored cord that flings about in a way that’s similar to how a prey would move.
Many cats enjoy interactive toys, especially if they are introduced while the cat is younger. The key is to try different things. Cats, just like people, have likes and dislikes. It’s up to the cats’ person to find what they like.
See also: Birthday Cats on Couch and Cats VS Fish.
According to zoologists, a cat’s strong affinity for yarn is rooted in its natural hunting instincts. Anything that moves or dangles, like rolling string or yarn, activates the same predatory instincts that a cat has when it sees a mouse or bird nearby.
The movement of rolling, dangling, or unwinding yarn reminds cats of snakes, their top competitors for prey in the wild. This is why cats often attack yarn in a seemingly defensive manner.