Pet owners love doing everything they can do to make sure that their pets enjoy their life at home. They buy their fur babies some toys and build do-it-yourself furniture for their beloved pets.
Natalee Salvador is no stranger who did something to make her pets’ life more exciting at home. Natalee was busy scrolling through Facebook when she watched something she something that she needed to try.
Natalee watched a video of a busy cat entertaining herself with a toilet paper taped from a ceiling fan’s blades. Natalee thought that would serve as a form of entertainment for her pet cat, Merlin.
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Natalee shared with The Dodo that her husband got their stepladder out and taped toilet papers onto their ceiling fan. Unfortunately, Merlin did not even look amused at all at his humans’ attempt to entertain him.
Natalee and her husband decided not to remove the toilet paper and give up on their indifferent cat. However, the married couple got the reaction they were waiting for when their six-year-old English Bulldog, Bentley, saw the amazing setup they did.
Natalee recalled that their dog never fails to overreact at the littlest of things. Bentley goes after their vacuum and even gets shocked if she moves the chair too quickly.
She said that Bentley gets easily startled at sudden noises or anything he sees unusual. Natalee never fails to find Bentley’s reaction amusing each time he gets surprised.
Bentley immediately ran underneath the spinning ceiling fan. Natalee shared that Bentley hurled himself at where the toilet paper was the moment he saw it.
Although the married couple intended for the display to entertain their cat, they were more than happy that Bentley enjoyed the newest play area that they set up. After a couple of minutes, they decided to remove the toilet paper because they did not want their dog to get dizzy from spinning too much.
Source: Natalee Salvador via Facebook