I was excited to hear about the Friskies® Plus™ Playhouse — the incredible living space created purely for a cat’s pleasure! Then, when I found out that it was being built in Hollywood, just a few minutes from my home, I was thrilled! Then I discovered that I wouldn’t get to go. What a letdown!
My human went in my place, which kind of disgusted me. I mean how much fun was she going to have with larger-than-life versions of the Friskies® Games for Cats app? But I found out that the 10 cats that are going to live there for the next couple of weeks are rescue cats from MeoowzResQ, an Orange County based rescue group — and they are all up for adoption! So of course I told my human it was okay to take photos of the kitties. Like the one you see above. I am not absolutely positive, but I believe she is Belissa.
Belissa and her nine pals — all young adult kitties — get to spend their days playing in two rooms full of amazing delights. Author and Certified Animal Behavior Consultant Pam Johnson-Bennett worked with Friskies® to make sure it had everything a kitty could possibly dream of. One room has a huge screen with all sorts of creatures to chase after!
There is a humungo aquarium with really cool looking fish in it!
The other room has a touch game right in the floor where the kitties can go fishing! Plus there are all sorts of shelves and scratching surfaces and more toys! And here is the best part for all of you who can’t be there in person (or catson) — you can see the kitties in action on the Friskies® Facebook page! The app is right here, and you can watch from 3 PM to 6 PM Eastern Time every day until February 19.
And as if this wasn’t enough fun, the Friskies® Facebook community can even play with the cats! There are three mechanical toys you can operate and four cameras so you can zoom in on your favorite kitty. Get there early — there is always a queue. If you miss the daily open houses, they will be uploading highlights on YouTube.
Remember, these kitties are all up for adoption! Can you imagine having a movie star living with you? My human came home and said they were all the nicest, most friendly cats she has ever met. Maybe I should be glad she did not bring one home!
She did bring home a goodie bag with some toys for me. After seeing what all those kitties had at the Playhouse, can you blame me for looking a little disappointed?