Santa was very good to the girls! (Was there any doubt about that? LOL) Lily received a Friskies Pull 'n Play which Santa thought would promote "active" play for her. So far, it has been a hit!
It comes with a plastic "wobbler" (named Wobbert), a bag of crunchy treats, and a pack of pull-apart string treats. The wobbler lid unscrews, allowing you to insert the string treats into the "ears" and the crunchy treats into the body.
Kitty can eat the string treats to tip Wobbert until the treats come out of the hole in the side or use Wobbert without them.
Santa thinks that Lily's regular crunchy food (not treats) should be placed in Wobbert, encouraging her to actively work for her food and prevent the gobbling which often leads to throwie-uppies.
Bailey spent just a few minutes showing Lily how to tip Wobbert so that her food would come out the hole. It only took a little while for her to get the hang of it.
Wobbert is weighted on the bottom so that it wobbles but doesn't tip over. Lily can tip it either direction to make the food come out.
It looks like Wobbert is going to be a fun way to add a little activity to Lily's normally sedentary days!
Here's to that New Year's weight loss plan! :)