\nDid you take your cat to the vets or did you go on holiday without your cuddly tiger? Or do you just want to pamper your furry companion? Read the following tips to make your cat purr and strengthen your relationship.\nPlay with your cat\nWith these games you will get your feline friend onto their toes:\n"Fishing": Take a line and pull it across the ground. The cat's inner hunting instinct is stimulated and she will chase the line.\nAlternatively, you can use a cat rod. Many cats love this toy because it mimics prey they would hunt in the wild.\nIf your cat remains unimpressed, add sounds to animate her. Rustling paper, squeaking and beeping noises reinforce the hunting behavior and lure the cat to hunt.\nPlay chess: Try something completely different with your cat. Get a chess board and set it up on the ground in front of you. Add some chess pieces to the board, especially where your cat is sitting and see if she will knock over the figures.\nYou can also move the figures back and forth and pull them away; just see what your cat will react to.\nLove goes through the stomach\nPamper your feline companion with homemade liver sausage. The advantage of homemade liver sausage is: you know exactly what is inside!\nLiver sausage recipe for cats:\n\n250g chicken liver, turkey liver or beef liver (depending on what your cat likes)\n1 potato\n1 pinch of salt\n½ teaspoon herbs (parsley \/ marjoram \/ sage) or food supplements\nBoiled water as needed\n\nPreparation:\n\nCut the liver and potato into 2 cm pieces.\nPut both in a saucepan and cover with water. Bring to the boil and then simmer over low heat.\nWhen the liver has crumbled slightly and the potato is nice and soft, drain the water. But retain a cup of the water to later refine the consistency of the liver sausage.\nPut the liver and potato in a bowl, add salt and herbs. Puree everything.\nTo refine the consistency, add a little cooking water.\nLet everything cool down and spoil your darling with it.\n\nTip: You can also use pumpkin, celery or other vegetables and fruits instead of potatoes. Just try out what your cat particularly likes.\nCuddles and snuggles\nWhat could be nicer than cuddling with your house tiger? Cats like to cuddle too. But there are some spots where they particularly like to be petted:\n\nTickle lightly between the ears\nCaress the neck gently up and down\nScratch lightly under the chin towards the neck\n\nSuch a cat pampering program takes time, but it's worth it. Your cat builds a closer relationship with you as you enjoy your time together.