Looking for a good time waster? Do you enjoy playing online cat games and dog games?
I’ve searched through the interwebz for cool pet-related games. Here are my favorites:
Simple, challenging, and addictive. You use your arrow keys to control the cat and capture as many mice as possible while avoiding large, blue blocks that are headed towards you. This no-frills, arcade-style game will keep you entertained for hours.
Hint: Be gentle with the arrow keys. If you fly towards the mice at max speed, you will probably lose control and fly into a block.
You play the role of an owl. An owl that just happens be armed with an infinite amount of missiles. Carry the “fat cat” up into the sky and help him get as much cake and pie as possible. And use your missiles to protect the cat from his odd, eyeball-like enemies. Of all the cat games and dog games I’ve played, I’ve found this to be one of the most addicting.
Hint: When you’re approaching a wall, let go of the fat cat and press your space bar to annihilate the wall.
This orange cat is starving, but he apparently has a problem with staying still. Training is not an option in this game. It’s your job to toss the deserts, sandwiches, and other food items into the cat’s mouth as he moves across the table.
Hint: Click on the food item to launch it. Timing is key.
In speaking of orange kitties, what would this list be without Garfield? There are plenty of online cat games and dog games, but as far as I know, there is only one famous fat, orange, lasagna-eating cat. As usual, everyone’s favorite comic feline isn’t very active. In fact, he’s sleeping. Or at least trying to. To win this game, you have to help Garfield count sheep by catapulting actual sheep into his bed.
Hint: You may want to resize the pop-up window so that you don’t accidentally click away from the game while using the catapult.
This one is pretty self-explanatory. You play a cat in tic-tac-toe! That is all.
Hint: The cat’s name is Fred. Sometimes he makes witty comments and thinks about advanced mathematics.
This is a classic game of fetch with a twist. Get through the obstacles, avoid the angry cats, and retrieve the stick for the strange, marsupial-looking master. This belongs on my list of awesome cat games and dog games because it’s a great time waster. And you’ve got to love those graphics!
Hint: Use the space bar to jump.
This neat game on Animal Planet’s website lets you combine various dog parts to create your own dog breed. I created a Labdoberugoodle!
Hint: If you click on the viking helmet, you can add accessories.
Do you also love cat games and dog games? Did I leave out anything? Post it in the comments 🙂