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Cat-opoly Board Game is an interactive board game for the whole family. You can now play a game about your furry feline friends!
Similar to the board game Monopoly, this feline-themed game allows you to buy your favorite cats such as the Tonkinese, the Ragdoll cat, the Abyssinian, the Sphinx, and the Maine Coon. If you land on the Catnip section, you’ll get to collect everything in the center of the board. Isn’t that fun?
Cat-opoly Board Game can be enjoyed and played by two to six players who can move around the board using one of the six cute and tiny tokens: Milk Bottle, Cat Food, Sardines, Fish, Mouse, and a Ball of Yarn. A player can collect as many Litter Boxes as he/she can and have them traded in for Fish Bones, but you may have to pay a dog tax to get past the neighborhood bully; the spike-collared bulldog.
Always be aware and be careful not to fell on the water cause you’ll lose the play out of three turns. You don’t want to get into a cat-astrophic experience, don’t you?!
This cat board game will surely get your family and friends into playing them all over again. Cat-opoly can also be a perfect gift for all cat lovers!
Hi, I’m Jenny Dean, creator of Floppycats! Ever since my Aunt got the first Ragdoll cat in our family, I have loved the breed. Inspired by my childhood Ragdoll cat, Rags, I created Floppycats to connect, share and inspire other Ragdoll cat lovers around the world,
I’m Jenny Dean, and I am pictured here with my two Ragdoll cats, Charlie and Trigg. I met my first Ragdoll when I was 3 years old. Christmas 1989 my parents gifted my brothers and me, two Ragdoll kittens – Rags and Cosby. Rags, who lived 19 years, is the reason why I started Floppycats in 2008. Continue reading about me here.