Already on ArticleSlash?

Forgot your password? Sign Up

Fun With Pets In Your Apartment - Pets Are People Too


Visitors: 148

Okay, so animals aren't actually people, but they have feelings like we do. Which makes them like people, doesn't it? If a group of us were sitting around the living room hanging out, my old dog would sit in his own place and just look around at everyones faces because he thought that's all we were doing. He thought he was a person too.

People like to have fun, right? So do pets! In fact, I guarantee your pets need more fun. Imagine how boring it must be to sit around the house all day with no company, as you wait for your owner (your best friend mind you) to get home from school or work only to be too tired to show you the attention you've been craving all day.

Don't forget to play with your pets. It is sometimes difficult for a pet who lives in an apartment to get the appropriate amount of exercise when they are cooped up in a smaller space with no back yard. If you have a dog, make sure to take it out for walks not only to go the bathroom, but also to stretch its legs, chase a ball, and run around. Some apartments even have dog parks or huge courtyards that welcome your animals expenditure of energy. Be sure to clean up after your pet though! You don't want to get in trouble with a neighbor or management for Fido leaving any land mines.

If you have a cat I recommend fun stringy toys with catnip. The catnip itself will make your cat run around in circles and act like a sugar crazed school child. Throw a piece of string with some sort of feathery object at the end to a stick and bounce it around, the cat will go nuts. They also sell laser pointers that any animal loves to chase around the house. Sometimes I'll turn out the lights and focus a flashlight on the wall for my friend's cat, Peg Legs. She goes crazy for it!

There are a massive number of toys and treats out there that can be used to entertain you pets, but always remember that no matter how tired or busy you are, you should take a few minutes to show them some love, attention, and play with them.

Remember, they've been cooped up all day in YOUR apartment and can get restless, adventurous, and curious. For your sanity. . . make sure your animals are having fun. A smiling apartment pet has a smiling apartment owner.


Jeff's just a regular guy with a funny goatee that really enjoys people and life. On top of that he is a bit of an expert on apartments, living in them, and getting the most out of the apartment living lifestyle.

As a Managing Partner of Apartment Home Living , Jeff wants to help you find the right apartment by getting to know you. Not only where you want to live & what you want to pay, but what you like. This way, we can help you find an apartment that fits your personality, not just your budget.

At AHL Apartmentites have a platform to share their own stories, get great info & tips on apartment living, read Jeff's entertaining blogs/stories, find Answers to a wide array of apartment related questions, and have a ton of fun sharing their love of apartment living with others. Don't forget to go and set up your own MyPlace page to really get the full Apartmentite experience!


Article Source:

Rate this Article: 
Profitable Strategy in the Pet Business - Treat Pets Like People
Rated 4 / 5
based on 5 votes

Related Articles:

Essential Oils For Pets - Pampering Your Pets to Improved Health

by: Sara Renee Roberts (December 17, 2008) 

So What Is The Scoop On Pets And Power? Why Can Pets Be So Helpful In Healing?

by: Ruth Bird (March 21, 2008) 

Aromatherapy For Pets - Improving Your Pets Health

by: Sara Renee Roberts (December 17, 2008) 

Pets - The Love The Exist Between Pets And Their Owners

by: Chad Wiley (February 26, 2008) 

Pets Are People Too!

by: Marie Lisewski (August 05, 2008) 

Citronella Oil - People and Pets

by: Susan Katchur (March 29, 2012) 
(Home and Family/Crafts Hobbies)

Magnets for Pets and People

by: Audrey Frederick (April 17, 2007) 
(Health and Fitness)

Emu Oil Benefits For People and Pets

by: Susan Katchur (July 07, 2010) 
(Health and Fitness/Skin Care)

Is a Yeast Infection Transferable From Pets to People?

by: Cindy Heller (July 15, 2008) 
(Health and Fitness/Diseases)

Profitable Strategy in the Pet Business - Treat Pets Like People

by: Lisa J. Lehr (November 25, 2007)