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But Why Does My Cow Need Toys?
Mental Stimulation - If you don't challenge
your cow, she may get bored. If your cow is bored she
may get depressed, and a depressed cow is a destructive
cow and no fun to have around.
Physical Exercise - Just like you, your cow needs to
exercise to keep in her physical prime. She'll need
things to climb on, crawl under and chew on. She'll need
fresh air and fun, fun, fun.
What Are The Ideal Cow Toys?
There are plenty of fun toys available
specially designed to stimulate your cow. Some good ones
to start with are:
Chewable Rubber Toys - There are some lovely chewy cow
toys available - why not try some squeaky rubber grass,
or maybe bouncy milk bottles.
Shredded Paper - Your cow will love to bury and snuffle
around in shredded paper. It makes a cheap and
fun-packed playground for the cow.
Mirrors - Your cow will adore looking at her reflection
and be fascinated by the way light is refracted. The cow
will particularly enjoy them suspended as a mobile above
her bed, and will happily lie back and watch the
beautiful patterns made by spinning mirrors.
In the summertime your cow will adore playing
in a simple child's paddling pool. It is both fun and
healthy for the cow to spend time in water and can be
made particularly stimulating for her by the addition of
a small slide or flume.
If you don't have a paddling pool, most cows will love
having a common garden sprinkler to play in. If you
encourage your cow, she will quickly learn to lollop
through the spray in a gleeful and joyous fashion.
If your garden is large enough, it is also an excellent
idea to obtain some simple cow jumps for her. Ideally
you should get a good variety of these - perhaps grow a
small hedge and maybe build a small castle out of soft
spongy bricks that won't hurt your cow should she knock
into its battlements.
Excellent toys for indoors include Plastic
Cow Balls. Your cow can climb inside one of these
perforated plastic spheres and roll around your home to
her heart's content.
Building bricks are excellent for mental stimulation.
Gradually, over time, your cow will learn to balance
several bricks on top of one another into a building
block tower and may even come to attempt a simple
Cargo nets are also an excellent idea. Your cow will
find an enormous variety of ways to play with one of
these. She'll be able to climb under and over this and,
as she gets more and more used to it, she may get more
playful with it, possibly entertaining you by using it
to dress up as Batman.
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