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Default Not getting enough stimulation?

Hi All,

First time poster.

My cat Lexi is a 7 year old Ocicat (choc-brown!)
When I first got her I lived at a property that backed onto another large section that was very lush with trees and lots of places to explore / hunt, etc.

I later moved house to another one with a fairly small property of its own, but again neighboring a property that was formerly a market garden - so same story again, I felt happy that she had a great section to hunt and play.

More recently, some Chinese people brought the neigbouring property and basically ripped all the trees out and paved it (also disputing the boundary between our properties, forcing us to cut all our old, tall trees down along that boundary line!)

Since then I worry that she doesn't get the stimulation that she should get.
Ocicats love to hunt and play, but a lot of the time she is just idle now.

She always loves to play, but I just don't have the energy to play with her all the time like I used to after a long day pulling overtime at work.

She often begins to stalk me to try and get me to play with her more.

I'm not sure what suggestions I am after - but I feel like she should be getting more out of life!
(She's a very attached, personal cat - my baby!)
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