Cats need stimulation, but when you’re not around, you may need to provide your cat with toys to play with in your absence (or in your presence). However, it’s all too common to buy a toy for your cat, only to find your cat stares at it and walks away.

Since cats are just as finicky with their toys as they can be with their food, consider getting toys that other people have proven to be attractive to cats. For example, there’s a LED spinner toy that clamps to the side of a wall with a suction cup and provides two spinning o sects for cats to knock around. With the right toy, you might find your cat actually playing with it instead of the box that it came in.

To learn more about toys your cat might actually use, click here.