Pet Boredom Busters
Bad weather, injuries, short winter days: These are just a few of the many reasons pets may not get enough exercise and become bored. Keeping pets entertained is important for their physical and mental health. Without enough activity, boredom can quickly turn into destructive behavior. So, what can you do to curb your pets’ boredom and keep them happy and healthy? During this program different tips and tricks to keep all types of pets active will be discussed. From snuffle mats to pet piñatas, and potted cat grass to braided rope toys, there’s something for everyone!
This program is free and registration is not required. Unfortunatly we can not have animals attend this program. For those who wish to donate, non-perishable, unexpired & unopened pet food it will be accepted for the CT humane Society that evening as well.
CT Humane Society accepts food for dogs, cats, rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters and small birds as well as TImothy Hay for rabbits & guinea pigs & pellets for these animals as well.
This program will be held in the lower level of the library.